In this province it was introduced at the beginning of the twentieth century in various fields of its geography.
Aaron Anchorena donated to the Argentine argue exemplares of Lady to form a population on Martin García Island; which were transported there in his “pampa” yacht, and later they were given freedom in their mountains, on April 21, 1928.
This nucleus survived for decades in the time insular scope, but it was degenerating because of the inevitable consanguinity, dying the last one a few years ago.
I achieved to see one of the last Isleños Lady in his habitat on September 30, 1993.
Today they are found both in the saws of the Tandilia System and in the foothills of the window and malalar siers; Also in the doops close to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, and in the Pajonals of the Salado Basin.
Its wild populations are in development, becoming a latent danger of competition for a very threatened species, the deer of the pampas (Odocoileus Bezoarticus Celer) in the remaining nucleus of between 186 to 308 deer of the brackish marshes of the coastal strip From the Bay Samborombón, on the south coast of the Silver River, in a sector of net estuarial court.
In this province, it has lady’s populations, both wild and at bedrooms, in the matches of: Magdalena, May 25, Castelli, General Alvear, Saladillo, Mercedes, Bolívar, Guamini, Blue, Tandil, Balcarce, General Pueyrredón, Colonel Dorrego , Colonel Suárez, Saavedra, Tornquist, Bahía Blanca, and Villarino.
He was cited by Navas for this province, although there are no clear records of his occurrence; Although surely you are in some hunting preserves.
The origin of the Neuquinos (and Rionegrinas) ladies is the release of copies on the Victoria Island of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, and in the Huemul Peninsula, who took Aaron Anchorena at the beginning of the 20th century.
Today the species has populations in some areas of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, among other places in the province.
The Lady has populations in some areas of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, among other places of the Provincial West.
The Uruguayan Ladies inhabit fundamentally on some stays of the Florida Department, where the first introduction occurred, in the fields of the Mansavillagra stream.
Translocations from some of these specimens were implemented in stays from other departments, but apparently have not been successful, except perhaps in the Rocha Department.