A leading road safety organisation has highlighted the dangers of veering off the road if a deer is spotted ahead.
Young deer in Scotland could starve to death if their mothers are shot as part of a “controversial” new policy, according to a professional body.
Two young deer trapped in a swimming pool were rescued thanks to four persistent police officers.
A young deer has been rescued by the RSPCA after being tangled up in the net of a football goal in West Sussex.
North-east residents have been urged to leave fawns alone when they come across them.
A deer was rescued after becoming trapped upside down between a wall and a shed in Aberdeen.
The report says there has been the emergence of a new population in the northern side of Aberdeen, with fallow deer now roaming about in Seaton Park.
It is understood the deer took refuge on the rocks at the north breakwater after being frightened by some dogs.
The deer was found in woodland near Sheddocksley Sports Centre on Springhill Road, Aberdeen, on February 17 and test results now indicate the animal was attacked by a pack of dogs.
Council officers have approved plans to place signs around Diamond Bridge to alert drivers to the fact it’s a wildlife corridor.
A deer has died after it was hit by a car on an Aberdeen road.
The north-east has witnessed the third largest number of wildlife offences in Scotland, according to new figures.
Fire crews have been called to Aberdeen beach after reports of a deer stuck under a car.
A heritage organisation is warning north-east motorists to look out for deer.
Black bin bags containing the remains of three roe deers have been found in a north-east car park.
Nominations are being sought to fill vacancies at two north-east community bodies.
Pet owners have been warned to keep their animals under control at all times – after a deer had to be put down following a dog attack.
A deer had to be put down after suffering serious injuries following a dog attack in Aberdeen.
A family of deer have braved the Beast from the East to take a walk into town.
A North-east animal rescue centre welcomed its first patient of the year – just four-and-a-half hours after the bells.
A formerly blind and deaf deer has regained both senses at a North-east animal sanctuary.