Deer With Upper Canines

Deer With Upper Canines

Last December, Brad Wiley – QDMA committee member with the Upper Hudson River Valley Branch in New York – killed a big 4 1/2-year-old buck on the Otter Creek QDM Cooperative, of which he is a member. In this case, however, it wasn't the age or the size of the antlers that made the buck such a unique trophy. It was the two upper canine teeth that Brad discovered on the deer's skull. Lower canines are present in all normal whitetails, but upper ones are rare. Of the... read more

by Kip Adams on January 21, 2016 12 Comments

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