Sitka Black-Tailed Deer

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The Sitka Black-tailed deer are the friendliest animals at AWCC!

Solo, our oldest male, was orphaned in the summer of 2012 and now has offspring that are just as curious as he was at a young age. Solstice, Gram, and Miles are Solo’s offspring, with Solstice being born in 2014 and Gram and Miles born in 2015.

Kat and Mai are two female orphaned Sitka Black-tailed deer that arrived in 2016 at AWCC and are being cared for by our animal care staff. Kat and Mai are named after the Katmai National Park near King Salmon, Alaska, in honor of the National Park 100-year celebration.

Listen to the Sitka Blacktail Deer Audio Guide

Help us fundraise for a
NEW Animal Clinic & Housing building

"These additions and expansions will make it possible for us to provide the best care for resident animals and allow us to expand opportunities to rescue, care for, and potentially release injured and orphaned animals back into the wild."  Dr. Oakley, AWCC Head Veterinarian