Antler coloration is variable between bucks,some have very dark and often chocolaty colored antlers and some may have bleached white or almond colored antlers. But the reason behind the color variations in whitetail antlers is not easy to pinpoint Many whitetail hunters can see differences in bucks they’ve harvested over the years from the very same deer stand. So what determines antler color in whitetail bucks? The folks at the Quality Deer Management Association have some interesting insight into this theory with Whitetail biologist and Director of conservation Kip Adams.

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Jason Ashe
Jason Ashe is an avid whitetail deer enthusiast and avid hunter from the finger lakes region of New York. A full time social media specialist in the outdoor industry and habitat specialist with Mid-Lakes Whitetails, Jason has been featured in such publications as Quality Whitetails numorouse times and been paired with hunting greats in Outdoor Life for his knowledge and passion for hunting mature deer. Turkeys, Coyotes also top the list of game that Jason pursues in any down time he has from whitetails. He consideres himself lucky to have whitetails and hunting be a part of everyday life. His wife Laura also shares in his passions along with their 2 children.