The numbers of White-Tailed Deer
across North America was relatively low in the 1930's. At
this time, no one was thinking about conservation programs,
and hunting was done almost year round. These practices had
the total number of White-Tailed Deer in North America around
300,000. Programs were initiated to conserve the White-Tailed
Deer population, which saw the population begin to
increase. This, couple with seasonal hunting regulations,
saw the White-Tailed Deer population grow to the current estimated
population level of 30,000,000.
The White-Tailed Deer has been successfully introduced in
Finland and the surrounding Scandinavian countries.
White-Tailed Deer can also be found as far
south as Southern Mexico and Central America.