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  • Male Mule Deer

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    Mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) are very common in Rocky Mountain National Park. They are smaller than the white-tailed deer and have a black-tipped white tail and white patch on the rump. Male mule deers have forked antlers.
    Male Mule Deer
  • Colorado Mule Deer

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    Colorado’s mule deer population has been declining due to growth of homes, roads, traffic, disease, and etc. Wildlife officials are seeking help. More information...
    Colorado Mule Deer
  • Mule Deer in Rocky Mountain National Park

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    Mule deer often can be seen on tundra by Trail Ridge Road. This photo was taken on Tundra Communities Trail highest point, where elevation is 12,285 Feet.
    Mule Deer in Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Mule deer on tundra

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    An mule deer grazing on Tundra Communities Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park. Tundra Communities Trail
    Mule deer on tundra

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