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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I'm convinced a really big mule deer is one of the most difficult prizes in North America.
Three other nice bucks I have taken from the same area were tested to be part mule deer.
2002) described that precipitation in an arid region of southern California was likely driving mule deer population dynamics.
Key words: habitat use, Idaho, Montana, Mule Deer, Odocoileus hemionus, winter range
Mule deer and bighorn sheep also were sympatric on the north-facing slope of the San Bernardino Mountains (Cushenbury Canyon, Bleich et al.
Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch comes from a filmmaker, writer and naturalist who here tells of a man who has lived among the mule deer in Wyoming for some seven years.
Mule deer are distributed across western North America, ranging from northern Canada to central Mexico, and from the Pacific Ocean to east of the Rocky Mountains (Anderson & Wallmo 1984, Mackie et al.
We could not imagine a better partner to work with in achieving these goals than the Mule Deer Foundation," said Matt Suuck, sport optics manager for Minox USA Inc.
Oregon's native mule deer live on the east side of the Cascades.
Populations of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) have been declining across much their historic range in the western United States (Fuller, 1998; Ballard et al.
Both animals prefer steep country, whether timberline basins or the "breaks" along high-plains rivers, where Lewis and Clark first encountered mule deer and bighorns more than 200 years ago.
Last November, this mule deer was spotted in Durango.