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Mule Deer at Gaviota State Park
Mule Deer at Gaviota State Park Mule Deer at Gaviota State Park. There is an abundance of wildlife just west of the campground. ...
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Mule Deer in Kansas
Mule Deer in Kansas MULE DEER Photo by Bob Gress Mule Deer Odocoileus hemionus Measurements: Total Length: 46 - 72 inches Tail Length: 5 - 9 inches Weight: 110 - 440 pounds Comments: Mule deer are gray in color and have ... average 8 pounds each. In the wild they can live up to 15 years. Distribution: Mule deer range from central Mexico through the western half of the United States into western Canada ...
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National Geographic: Lewis & Clark—Animals—Mule Deer
Mule Deer SHOWING RECORD: 5 of 19   Mule Deer Photograph by Mary Ann McDonald/Corbis Mule Deer Odocoileus hemionus September 17, 1804, below present-day Chamberlain, South Dakota. A medium-size deer. Stocky ... efforts worldwide >> Black-Billed Magpie Black-Tailed Prairie Dog Coyote Desert Cottontail Mule Deer Prairie Sharp-Tailed Grouse White-Tailed Jackrabbit Aromatic Aster Broom Snakeweed Four- ...
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Precision ranching introduction
Field trials at the Multispecies Grazing Centre, University Ranch at ... representative weights, intakes and diet preferences of bison, elk and deer. Our specific objective is to determine whether 50% utilization of ... 2005 (summer and fall trials) Tandem (bison,elk,deer) 3 3 6 na Tandem (deer,elk,bison) 3 3 6 na Mixed assemblage ...
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White-tailed Deer in Kansas
White-tailed Deer Odocoileus virginianus Measurements: Total Length: 54-86 inches Tail Length: 6-14 inches Weight: 90-275 pounds Comments: White-tailed deer are smaller and more numerous than mule deer in Kansas ... Kansas. Food: White-tailed deer feed mostly at dawn and dusk on leaves, stems, buds and bark. They also eat acorns, grain crops and alfalfa. Other Kansas Ungulates MULE DEER WAPITI (ELK) ...
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Forest Friends: Deer
Deer, both white-tailed and mule, have various strategies for eluding their pursuers, which can include cougars, coyotes, wolves, lynxes and bobcats. Deer ... mule deer is found mostly in the West. The average lifespan of deer in the wild is 10 years, but they have lived to 25 years in captivity. These deer ... deer, then Roxie the red nose deer and the white deer is also called Sleighbelle. The mini deer ...
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National Geographic: Lewis & Clark—Animals—Columbian Black-Tailed Deer
Deer SHOWING RECORD: 1 of 6   Columbian Black-Tailed Deer Photograph by Charles Krebs/Corbis Columbian Black-Tailed Deer Odocoileus hemionus columbianus Subspecies of Mule Deer November 19, 1805, north of Cape Disappointment, Pacific County, Washington. A medium-size deer ...
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Project Wildlife: Living with Deer
They follow definite trails and can run 35 miles per hour, leap 30 feet, and clear 8-foot fences. Deer ... deer can be carriers of Lyme disease ticks), and let the animals leave on their own. By the end of the nineteenth century, mule deer ...
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Irish Elk - Giant Deer - Dinosaur - Extinct Species
Key Deer The Key Deer is a relative of the White tailed deer, that lives in Big Pine Key areas... Giant Short Faced Bear The Giant Short Faced Bear is believed to be the largest bear that ever existed. It would have... Mule Deer The Mule Deer, which is also called the Blacktail, is a medium sized deer that has a stocky ...
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Deer as Pests in the Urban and Suburban Pacific Northwest
On the east side, including Idaho and Montana, the white-tailed deer and mule deer are predominant. West of the mountains, a sub-species of mule deer, the black-tailed deer, is most common. Mule deer are the largest, with bucks ...
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