mule deerDeer

Mule deer and white-tailed deer are common members of the deer family. Deer eat grasses, foliage, and twigs. Deer can be found throughout North America.

Movies

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Doe Mule Deer
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/doe.mov
Description (QuickTime Movie, no sound): A doe mule deer at Yellowstone National Park.

Three Mule Deer
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/deer.mov
Description (QuickTime Movie, no sound): A group of mule deer at Yellowstone National Park.

Two Young Deer
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/deersm.mov
Description (QuickTime Movie, no sound): Two young deer feeding along a stream in Glacier National Park, Montana.

Photographs

Deer from Devil's Tower National Monument
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/devildeer.jpg

Deer from Glacier National Park
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/singledeera.jpg

Deer from Rocky Mountain National Park
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/singledeerb.jpg
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/estes1.jpg

Deer from Yellowstone National Park
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/deer3a.jpg

Deer Head
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/deerhead.jpg

Deer
http://tipt3.utoledo.edu/starters/deer/doe.jpg


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Created 2/04.