There are 30 subspecies of white-tailed deer, of which three are found in Florida: the Florida coastal white-tailed deer (O. v. osceola) , which occurs primarily in the Florida panhandle; the Florida white-tailed deer ( O. v. seminolus ) which occurs in peninsular Florida; and the Florida Key deer, with a distribution limited to Big Pine Key in the southern Florida keys.
Here at the 40 acre woods we get a mix of the Florida and Florida Coastal deer. I can’t tell them apart and I am not sure they know the difference either. This fine small buck seems to be enjoying the corn I provided. Next year I plan to get it back.
We’ll just name this one “Back Strap”
Here is a video 6 point Buck
That’s the way we run things here in the 40 acre woods.