White tailed deer
During your day out, you will encounter this animal which is familiar to the population of North America. The white-tailed deer is a small deer (90 cm at the shoulder). It has a greyish beige coat and can be recognised by the white underside of its tail which it raises as it runs. The males have antlers with six to ten points, which aim forward.
Light, graceful and seldom aggressive, these deer will allow visitors to approach and even pet them in the pedestrian areas of the park.
The breeding period happens during fall and females give birth at the end of May or beginning of June. Females give birth to two, or even up to four young.