The Deer ClipArt gallery includes 40 illustrations of caribou, common deer, fallow deer, germul deer, mule deer, ravine deer, red deer, sambur deer, tufted dear and reindeer.

Two caribou

Caribou

Two caribou

The North American variety of reindeer is commonly called the caribou.

Caribou

The North American variety of reindeer is commonly called the caribou.

The fallow deer may easily be known from the stag by its smaller size and flat horns, and the white spots that cover the body, (Wood, 1896).

Deer

The fallow deer may easily be known from the stag by its smaller size and flat horns, and the white…

This is a female deer or roe.

Deer

This is a female deer or roe.

Frame from the story, "Brother and Sister."

Deer

Frame from the story, "Brother and Sister."

The deer is a common mammal of the United States.

Deer

The deer is a common mammal of the United States.

A fallow deer.

Deer

A fallow deer.

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Deer Crossing, Black and White

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Deer Crossing, Color

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Deer Crossing, Outline

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries into the roadway or shared use of the roadway by pedestrians, animals, and other crossing activities might occur. Nonvehicular signs should be used only at locations where the crossing activity is unexpected or at locations not readily apparent.

Deer Crossing, Silhouette

Nonvehicular signs may be used to alert road users in advance of locations where unexpected entries…

"Head of deer (Cervus schomburgkii), showing antlers." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Deer Head

"Head of deer (Cervus schomburgkii), showing antlers." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

Deer Viewing Area, Black and White

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

Deer Viewing Area, Color

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

Deer Viewing Area, Outline

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

Deer Viewing Area, Silhouette

This sign is used to indicates that it is likely that deer can be seen nearby.

"In size and general form it nearly resembles the common fallow-deer. The skin is at all times of a rich fawn color spotted with white. The young resemble the parents." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Axis Deer

"In size and general form it nearly resembles the common fallow-deer. The skin is at all times of a…

"Is a smaller, feebler, and more common place in its character than the red deer." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Common Deer

"Is a smaller, feebler, and more common place in its character than the red deer." — S. G. Goodrich,…

A species of deer well known in Britain, being very commonly kepts in parks, as it is also in most parts of Europe.

Fallow Deer

A species of deer well known in Britain, being very commonly kepts in parks, as it is also in most parts…

A common European deer.

Fallow Deer

A common European deer.

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color is brown in the summer and gray-brown in winter; the fawns are spotted with white; the tail white beneath, and carried erect when running; the length of the body is five feet five and a half; the height three to three and a half; the weight one hundred and twenty to two hundred pounds. In its form it is light and elegant, and in its movements exceedingly graceful." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Female American Deer

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color…

The Gemul Deer (Furcifer chilensis) is a South American deer with forked horns.

Gemul Deer

The Gemul Deer (Furcifer chilensis) is a South American deer with forked horns.

An illustration of a herd of deer.

Herd of Deer

An illustration of a herd of deer.

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color is brown in the summer and gray-brown in winter; the fawns are spotted with white; the tail white beneath, and carried erect when running; the length of the body is five feet five and a half; the height three to three and a half; the weight one hundred and twenty to two hundred pounds. In its form it is light and elegant, and in its movements exceedingly graceful." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Male American Deer

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color…

"Is between the common deer and the American elk in size. Its horns are round and twice forked; the body above is brownish gray; the tail ash color above, black near the tipl belly grayish white; hair coarse like that of the elk; the ears long, giving name to the species for their resemblance to those of the mule." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Mule Deer

"Is between the common deer and the American elk in size. Its horns are round and twice forked; the…

The goat antelope of the Deccan, which inhabits rocky places.

Ravine Deer

The goat antelope of the Deccan, which inhabits rocky places.

A red deer with big antlers.

Red Deer

A red deer with big antlers.

"The horns of the male are lofty and branching, the female being destitute of these ornaments. In the summer the color is yellowish-brown; in winter it is reddish-brown." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Red Deer

"The horns of the male are lofty and branching, the female being destitute of these ornaments. In the…

One of the largest deer species.

Red Deer

One of the largest deer species.

A large asian deer.

Sambur Deer

A large asian deer.

"The bones in the extremities of this the fleetest of quadrupeds are inclined very obliquely towards each other, and towards the scapular and iliac bones. This arrangement increases the leverage of the muscular system and confers great rapidity on the moving parts."—Pettigrew, 1874

Skeleton of the Deer

"The bones in the extremities of this the fleetest of quadrupeds are inclined very obliquely towards…

The Tufted Deer (Elaphodus cephalophus) is a mammal closely related to the muntjac in the Cervidae family of deer.

Tufted Deer

The Tufted Deer (Elaphodus cephalophus) is a mammal closely related to the muntjac in the Cervidae family…

An illustration of an elk; Cervus canadensis.

Elk

An illustration of an elk; Cervus canadensis.

A species of mammals of the deer family, native to the northern regions of Eurasia. It has long been domesticated in Scandinavia, especially among the Laplanders, and in the northern parts of Asia, but is still found in the wild state in Spitzbergen and other sections of northern Eurasia.

Reindeer

A species of mammals of the deer family, native to the northern regions of Eurasia. It has long been…

A deer like mammal with velvety antlers.

Reindeer

A deer like mammal with velvety antlers.

A species of deer found in the northern parts of Europe and Asia. It has branched, recurved, round antlers, the summits of which are palmated; the antlers of the male are much larger than those of the females.

Reindeer

A species of deer found in the northern parts of Europe and Asia. It has branched, recurved, round antlers,…

The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as the caribou when wild in North America, is an Arctic and Subarctic-dwelling deer, widespread and numerous across the northern Holarctic.

Reindeer

The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as the caribou when wild in North America, is an Arctic…

Also known as the caribou. It is part of the deer family, commonly found in the Artic and Subartic.

Reindeer

Also known as the caribou. It is part of the deer family, commonly found in the Artic and Subartic.

the stag is the male deer.

Stag

the stag is the male deer.

"Stag, or Red Deer, is a typical species of deer, occurring in the N. of Europe and Asia. It was once found through out the whole of Great Britain, but is now confined to the Scotch Highlands. The horns or antlers are round and have a basal snag in front. The females are hornless and are named hinds. The horns of the first year are mere bony projections; they advance in development during the second year, when the stag is named a brocket. In each succeeding year the horns grow more and more branched, the stag being named a hart in its sixth year, when the horns may be said to reach their maximum size. As in all deer, the horns are shed annually. The average height of a full-grown stag is about four feet at the shoulders; the winter coat is greyish-brown; in summer, brown is the prevailing tint. The food of the stag consists of grasses and the young shoots of trees, lichens forming the greater part of its food in winter. The stag is a powerful runner and swimmer. Driven to bay, it becomes a formidable adversary to the largest and most powerful stag hound, or even to man himself. The pairing season occurs in August, and the males then engage in combats for the females and become peculiarly fierce. The flesh is somewhat coarse."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Stag

"Stag, or Red Deer, is a typical species of deer, occurring in the N. of Europe and Asia. It was once…