mule deer


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mule deer

small, 3 ft deer with large, mule-like ears and tail tipped with black. Called also Odocoileus hemionus (syn. Dama hemionus).
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Description: Telemetry Equipment-Satellite Collars for Female Fawn Mule Deer
Many first-time Western or Northern archers are like ducks out of water as they flounder after elk, mule deer, or caribou.
1997) reported an absence of Psoroptes infestation among 15 mule deer captured near Mt.
Hutto presents and narrates his story of bonding with a wild herd of mule deer and their impact on him when Touching the Wild airs Wednesday, April 16 at 8 p.
Woody browse and forbs are main components of the diet of mule deer (Krausman et al.
Luckily, to hunt mule deer you don't need to be as lucky as a lottery winner or as rich as the CEO of a failed bank.
Subsequently, in December 2008, a Cephenemyia-infected mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) was shot in the Davis Mountains, 21.
Researchers in Colorado kept the animals indoors during their 18-to-22-month lives and dosed them with material from sick mule deer.
Kutcher, the voice of a fast-talking wild mule deer, came with Demi Moore and her daughter Tallulah Belle Willis.
Each of these began life as a stock molded-foam mule deer (a breed native to the area) of the sort available from taxidermy suppliers.
The disease is found mostly in Colorado and Wyoming, where it infects about one percent of free-ranging deer and five percent of mule deer on game farms (where the animals' closer proximity to one another is a factor).
The Lost Fork Fire started in September 2001 and burned about 2,300 acres of forest, displacing summering mule deer, elk, and blue grouse.