Mule Deer Rut

Yesterday’s post featured a young Mule Deer buck. Today’s post features a large Mule Deer buck, along with his doe, captured as they grazed along the canyon ridge of Waterton Canyon, Colorado. Sensing something was watching me, I looked up to see this nice buck, who was watching me: After capturing a few images of […]

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Young Mule Deer Buck

While hiking Waterton Canyon, I saw a lot of Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus), including this young buck, grazing not far off the trail: The rut was also in progress with the Mule Deer, also known as Black-tailed Deer. In another post, I’ll share a pair of Mule Deer, a larger buck with a doe, that […]

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Badland’s Mule Deer

Besides the bighorn sheep, the bison, and the prairie dogs, the Badland’s prairies also have a large concentration of Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus), which also happened to be in rut during my visit. Here are a few images I collected in the early morning drives through the Badland. A rather large buck, with a small […]

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My, What Big Ears You Have!

On my last day in Waterton Canyon, I was able to photograph some Mule Deer (Odocoileus bemionus), appropriately named due to their large ears. They sometimes are also known as Black-tailed Deer. These deer were likely around me on my earlier hike into the canyon, but the snow that was present on my last day […]

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