Mule Deer Photo Gallery
What does the Mule Deer look like?
Mule Deer are recognizeable by their black tipped tail and white rump. Interior Mule Deer tend to be lighter in color than their costal cousins. Their ears are larger and tails are shorter than white-tailed deer. Bucks have dichotomously branching antlers. They shed them in early winter and regrow over the summer.
Mule Deer Habitat
Mule Deer Facts
Mule Deer tend to migrate to higher elevations in the summer and lowlands in the winter. Their large ears enable them to hear predators from far away and they also have incredible eye site; often able to see a potential predator as far as 600 meters away.