Size: 3 to 3.5 feet tall at the shoulder; 125- 200 pounds; Males can get up to 300 pounds.

Signs of their presence:

Damage to flowers, fruits, and vegetables and the buds and twigs of fruit trees and ornamental shrubs.

Damage to landscape plantings and ornamentals may occur at any time of year but is usually most severe in the late winter and early spring when
other food supplies are limited.

Trodden or pawed ground

Bark rubbed from trees

Common nuisance situations:

Destruction of foliage, flower and vegetables, and other landscape plantings

Car collisions

Lyme and Tick disease.

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