North Carolina is home to more than a dozen deer species, including the North Carolina deer, which is the country’s largest in size and the biggest land mammal in the United States.
The North Carolina Department of Natural Resources said the Great American Deer is one of five species native to the state.
The other five are the Great Plains deer, the South Dakota Deer, the Louisiana Deer, and the Black-bellied Warbler.
The Great American is the largest land mammal on the planet, with a body length of over 1,500 feet.
It is also the largest of North Carolina’s five deer species.
The others are the Red-tailed Deer, Greater Yellow-belled Warbler, Red-shouldered Warbler and the Greater Black-billed Woodpecker.
The Great American also has the most North Carolina-based resident deer, at over 500.
The species is native to North Carolina, but has been introduced to several other states, including California and Texas.
The species has been on the endangered species list since 1979.
The state’s Department of Wildlife Services has collected the Great America since 1985.
The North Carolina Parks and Wildlife Department has been involved in the Great Deer Program since 1972.
The department has more than 50 species of North American mammals, including many endangered and threatened species, and has a unique management program.
According to the North Carolinians Natural History Museum, there are currently 1,521 Great American deer in the state, and more than half of them live in North Carolinas wildlife management areas.
The conservation organization Wild North Carolina has been working with the Department of North Carolinia Natural History to collect specimens of these species.