You might be surprised to know that despite popular belief, deer don’t sleep at night as much as they sleep during the day. Because they are nocturnal creatures, they sleep mainly during the day.
Deer sleep in thick, dense foliage in the open fields and on low-hanging trees in the forest. They don’t have a fixed place they sleep – any comfortable and safe place from predators would do.
Deer are the most widespread animals across the globe, known for their elegance, noble and calm appearance, and massive antlers. The different types all look similar, but their habitat and appearance help distinguish them.
White-tailed deer are primarily found in Northern America, Canada, and south of the Peruvian mountains. The white-tailed deer can be found in wooded areas and open grasslands.
Mule deer are social animals that can be found in the coniferous forest of Stony Mountain. They live in big groups and can be found sleeping or dozing in bushy hillsides, where the majority of their preferred food can be found.