Deer Eats a Bird on Video

July 15th, 2010 / Posted by David
Deer Eats a Bird on Video

Did you know that whitetail deer will occasional eat birds?
I was both shocked and intrigued by the video below.

I figured this was a once of, or at most very rare occasion, but after searching a bit on the Internet we found a bunch of cases of bird-eating deer.

Deer have also been known to eat mice and there have been more than a few sightings of deer eating off carcasses.

It’s not breaking news, but we found the following video pretty interesting and hope you do too.

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