Specie: Capreolus capreolus
Body height: 2,13–2,46 ft / 65-75 cm
Weight: 33–66 lb / 15-30 Kg
The Roe Deer is a relatively small deer. It has rather short, erect antlers and a reddish body with a grey face. Its hide is golden red in summer, darkening to brown or even black in winter, with lighter undersides and a white rump patch; the tail is very short , and barely visible. Only the males have antlers with two or three, rarely even four, points.
The roe deer is primarily crepuscular, or primarily active during the twilight, very quick and graceful, lives in woods although it may venture into grasslands and sparse forests. It feeds mainly on grass, leaves, berries and young shoots. It particularly likes very young, tender grass with a high moisture content, i.e., grass that has received rain the day before. Roe deer will not generally venture into a field that has had or has livestock (sheep,cattle) in it because the livestock make the grass unclean.
All national territory in wooden areas and forest.
Lodging is provided in small hotels and rural houses close to the hunting area where you can enjoy wonderful meals.
April to October
Rutting period: July to Agost.
Hunting is arranged by waiting and stalking in all National territory.
|Gold Score||50 3/8||33 2/8|
|SCI Non Typical||STANDARD||BOW|
|Silver Score||52 2/8||0|
|Gold Score||57 3/8||40 6/8|
|Bronce Score||95 to 104,99||95 to 104,99|
|Silver Score||105 to 119,99||105 to 119,99|
|Gold Score||over 120||over 120|