Busted - eating someone's memorial flowers.
Note small devilish horns.
(There were dozens of young/thin deer at the cemetery, possibly due to the ongoing drought. Actually a good use of memorial flowers!)
Seen near Websters Flat off of highway 14.
one doe and a small buck
Observed some does and fawns feeding
Mule deer tracks; complete; recently left; each track approximately 6 inches long and 3 inches wide; in sandy area that was recently wet from rain; around juniper and pine trees; near many other deer track trails
Tracks about 2 days old
Mule Deer at Yellowstone
Mule deer in pine-fir forest, at appx. 8400 feet in the Sierra Nevada
The mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) is a deer indigenous to western North America; it is named for its ears, which are large like those of the mule. There are believed to be several subspecies, including the black-tailed deer. However, some genetic studies have indicated that mule deer may have developed relatively recently through the interbreeding of white-tailed and black-tailed deer, which may have evolved from white-tailed deer thousands of years ago. Unlike the related white-tailed deer...