September to November
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When does deer mating season start&end?
Mating season for fallow deer lasts from September to November. Breeding typically occurs during October. Female fallow deer have a gestation period of seven and a half months. Fawning season for this species starts in late May, though fawns may be born through June.
Are deer seasonal breeders?
Most deer are seasonal breeders, which means they time their mating and birth cycles each year. The exception is some deer species which reside in the tropics, where daylight and temperature rarely change. For all other types of deer, everything about the mating season is timed to perfection.
How do deer mate and reproduce?
During mating season, males will compete for females and try to gather harems of up to 30 females for one male. The mating season for this species occurs from September through April, with a peak in breeding activity from December to January. They are the only deer species that are monestrous, meaning that females come into heat only once per year.
When is fawning season for deer?
Fawning season for this species starts in late May, though fawns may be born through June. Fallow deer usually give birth to a single fawn, but twins are not uncommon.