Frequent question: What do they call deer in Alaska?

Are deer native to Kodiak?

The Sitka black-tailed deer is native to the wet coastal rain forests of Southeast Alaska and north-coastal British Columbia. Its range has expanded as a result of transplants, and established populations now exist near Yakutat, in Prince William Sound, and on Kodiak and Afognak Islands.

Are Sitka deer endangered?

Although the species as a whole is thriving, it is endangered and extinct in many areas. Japan has by far the largest native sika population in the world.

Can I own a reindeer?

Is a reindeer suitable for being a pet? Reindeer is a semi-domesticated animal that needs broad pasture areas with different kind of plant species. … Due to animal welfare, we do not recommend taking reindeer to places where they cannot live as they should be able to live.

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