Deer Coloring Pages

You can find a collection of deer coloring drawings on this page. We have made some more realistic illustrations, others in a cartoon style, or stylized for the little ones. Choose your favorites now!

The deer is a mammal of the Deer family. The deer has an elongated and slender trunk, long and narrow neck; medium size eyes are lively with oval pupils.

Deer Coloring Pages

Deer Hunting Coloring Pages
Deer Hunting Coloring Pages
Deer Printable Coloring Pages
Deer Printable Coloring Pages
Deer Skull Coloring Pages
Deer Skull Coloring Pages
Female Deer Coloring Pages
Female Deer Coloring Pages
Free Coloring Pages Deer
Free Coloring Pages Deer
Free Coloring Pages Of Deer
Free Coloring Pages Of Deer
Free Deer Coloring Pages
Free Deer Coloring Pages
Free Printable Deer Coloring Pages
Free Printable Deer Coloring Pages
Hard Coloring Pages Deer
Hard Coloring Pages Deer
Hard Deer Coloring Pages
Hard Deer Coloring Pages
Hunting Deer Coloring Pages
Hunting Deer Coloring Pages
John Deer Coloring Pages
John Deer Coloring Pages
Printable Deer Coloring Pages
Printable Deer Coloring Pages
Printable Deer Hunting Coloring Pages
Printable Deer Hunting Coloring Pages
Real Deer Coloring Pages
Real Deer Coloring Pages
White Tailed Deer Coloring Pages
White Tailed Deer Coloring Pages

The coat is adherent and smooth, and the coloration varies depending on the season, sex, and age. The summer coat is brownish tending to reddish while the winter coat is grey-brown. In the females, the colors are more faded while the young have a reddish mantle with white spots.

The antlers are the main characteristic of the males. Every year the antlers fall and then grow back. The length ranges from a minimum of 70 cm to a maximum of 130 cm with an average weight of 4-6 kg.

Deer Coloring Pages

Deer Adult Coloring Pages
Deer Adult Coloring Pages
Deer Antler Coloring Pages
Deer Antler Coloring Pages
Deer Buck Coloring Pages
Deer Buck Coloring Pages
Deer Coloring Pages For Adults
Deer Coloring Pages For Adults
Deer Coloring Pages For Kids
Deer Coloring Pages For Kids
Deer Coloring Pages Printable Free
Deer Coloring Pages Printable Free
Deer Coloring Pages Printable
Deer Coloring Pages Printable
Deer Coloring Pages
Deer Coloring Pages
Deer Family Coloring Pages
Deer Family Coloring Pages
Deer Head Coloring Pages For Adults
Deer Head Coloring Pages For Adults
Deer Head Coloring Pages
Deer Head Coloring Pages
Deer Hunter Coloring Pages
Deer Hunter Coloring Pages
Cuties Deer Alphabet Coloring Pages
Cuties Deer Alphabet Coloring Pages

The adult males can be up to 2.5 m long and 1.2 m high at the withers with a weight between 80 and 150 kg. The females are smaller, with a maximum length of 2 m and a weight of 100 kg.

The original habitat of the deer is made up of wooded areas with clearings and regions of low woodland generally flat and at low altitudes. Subsequently, it moved into mountainous and inaccessible areas to escape from man.

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Deer Coloring Pages

Adult Deer Coloring Pages
Adult Deer Coloring Pages
Baby Deer Coloring Pages
Baby Deer Coloring Pages
Buck Deer Coloring Pages
Buck Deer Coloring Pages
Cartoon Deer Coloring Pages
Cartoon Deer Coloring Pages
Coloring Pages Deer
Coloring Pages Deer
Coloring Pages Of A Deer
Coloring Pages Of A Deer
Coloring Pages Of Baby Deer
Coloring Pages Of Baby Deer
Coloring Pages Of Deer For Kids
Coloring Pages Of Deer For Kids
Coloring Pages Of Deer Heads
Coloring Pages Of Deer Heads
Coloring Pages Of Deer
Coloring Pages Of Deer
Cute Baby Deer Coloring Pages
Cute Baby Deer Coloring Pages
Cute Deer Coloring Pages
Cute Deer Coloring Pages
Adult Coloring Pages Deer
Adult Coloring Pages Deer

The deer look for food, especially at night. In spring, it feeds on fresh and tender herbs, shoots, young leaves, and twigs.

In summer, it eats ripe wheat, oats, carrots, and beets. In winter, when the snow covers everything, they are satisfied with barks, dry shrubs and roots dug out of hoofs.

At the beginning of autumn, the mating season begins during which the males leave their herd of other males to go in search of the females.

Usually, they gather a group of between 5 and 15 individuals that they jealously guard. After these days, the males return to their groups while the females go in search of a safe place for gestation.

Usually, only one cub is born and remains immobile in the bush for about fifteen days, during which the mother reaches it only for feeding.

After this period, the baby can follow the mother, and at two months, it is weaned while at one year old, it is taken away from the mother.

The life expectancy of deer is between 10 and 15 years, while in captivity, it can easily reach 20 years.