Fallow deer are native to the Mediterranean regions of southern Europe. They have been moved all across the globe by hunters for centuries, making them the most common exotic deer species in the world.
These beautiful deer come in different color variations, including white, tan with white spots, and dark brown and black. It is common or them to have white spots on their back and along the flanks.
When they reach maturity at around four years old, their antlers become palmated. During the rut, stags form bachelor herds. The stags will align themselves into a circle with the most dominant stag in the center. They then begin making a deep, scratchy calling sound to attract does. Fallow does will enter the circle and choose a stag.