This graph shows that in between the years the White Tail Deer's population increased cause there was more plants, grass and acorns but eventually it hit the carrying capacity due to the amount of recourses available.
This graph shows the White Tail Population growth rate compared to Mule, Black Tails, and other type of deer from 1450 to the year of 2000.
This is an image of a White Tail Deer eating grass.
This is an image of a White Tail Deer and there environment.
Immigration- Immigration effects the size of the White Tail Deer Population because some individual deer are immigrating into the population because other deer's old habitat ran out of recourses.
Emigration- Emigration effects the size of the population because deer are leaving and are running out of recourses or other problems in population which will decrease.
Births- Births effects the size of the population because more deer are being born into the population so there will be an increase in the population
Deaths- Deaths effect the size of the population because there are deer's dying and it is decreasing the population.
Limited Recourses-This could cause the population to rise along the S-Shaped curve of logistic growth because at some times the deer will have a lot of recourses and the growth will rise but the growth will slow down and stop because the recourses in the population aren't as big.
Density Dependent Limiting Factors- Three density dependent limiting factors could be a disease, Competition, or Predation because it will affect the individuals in the area and will include many specie interactions.
Density Independent Limiting Factors-Three density independent limiting factors could be a flood, storm, or change in the temperature in the area. All of these examples could change the population of the White Tail Deer because it will affect the environment in population regardless of the population density.