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Small Deer on St. Croix, US Virgin Islands

While deer in the Virgin Islands are quite elusive, you just might catch a glimpse of one on St. Croix!

Sometime in the late 1700's, white-tailed deer were introduced to the territory as a potential game animal by Danish colonists. The relatively small deer appear to have been brought to St. Croix from the southern part of the United States. Unlike deer on the U.S. mainland, the deer on St Croix breed and have babies year round, and their only predators on the island are potentially wild dogs and cars!

A Doe and a Fawn on St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Two deer on St. Croix.

St. Croix deer



St. Croix Sky-Cam - Aerial views of St. Croix
Aerial Views of St Croix

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