“I always have enjoyed watching white-tailed deer and living on the Yellowstone River, I get the pleasure of seeing them daily. It`s most amusing to see them make their way down to the river for a drink and if there is a buck around he usually allows the ladies to go first.
Not out of courtesy, but to protect his own butt if there is a predator around. In Montana, white-tail deer numbers have increased dramatically from the mid seventies from approximately 225,000 to around 500,000 and have even begun to invade mule deer territory.”
— John Banovich