In this province also has populations and premises in the matches of: Berisso, Magdalena, General Belgrano (Villanueva), Chascomús, General Lavalle (Est. Las Violetas, and Barracks VII), Castelli (Barralde VIII), General Pueyrredón, Balcarce, Colonel Dorrego (Est. Don Conrado), Colonel Senarez (Reg. XIII), Saavedra, Tornquist, and Bahía Blanca.
It is abundant in areas of saws, marshes, or felling forests of all this provincial, from Magdalena to Mar del Plata, and from there throughout the Serrano system of Tandilia and Ventana, and on the sea, at the height of the town of Orense.
The origin of Neuquinos Axis (and Rionegrinos) is the loose of 100 copies carried out by Aaron Anchorena on the Victoria Island of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, at the beginning of the 20th century.
Today the species has populations, more merged than the other exotic deer, in some areas of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, among other places in the province.
The AXIS would live in limited sectors of the province, although for some it is no longer present there.
In this province the AXIS has records in the departments of: Villaguay, Uruguay, Diamond (Predecet National Park), etc.
In 1985, AXIS began to invade the El Palmar National Park, multiplying enormously in the protected area, which led to a control plan by rifle hunting, achieving about 400 copies.
The AXIS arrived in this province from the south, being already quite common in some departments of South Correntino.
Herds of Axis inhabit, for a quarter of a century, the entire area between the Saladillo River Sweet and the Bitter Saladillo River, and the surroundings of Route 39.
In the region of the Brava they usually cause damage to soybean crops, so they are actively hunting.
It also has populations north of Fortín Olmos; In the San Joaquin stay of the Pilagá firm; in Huanqueros; And in the islands of the Paraná River east of San Javier.
It has records in the departments of Vera, San Justo, and San Javier; In straw pajonals habitats Brava, spinal forests, and crop margins.
In this province the “Yastay” hunting club introduced Axis in the Tafí del Valle region, those who then escaped from their enclosure, multiplying in the broken alder forests of the hill (Alnus Acuminate), especially in the Quebrada del Portuguese .
Uruguayan Axis inhabits fundamentally in the west region, especially in the riverine mountains of the Litoral of the Uruguay River.
A translocation of some of these specimens was incorporated, unfortunately, in the Santa Teresa National Park, Rocha Department, population that expanded to the North.