Mule Deer Hunting RV Resorts
The mule deer gets its name from the large mule-like ears it has, and lives in the western half of North America. The black-tailed deer is the mule deer's closest relative, and the deer usually assemble on the land west of the Missouri River. Each year, the buck's antlers, the male deer, shed after mating season from January to April, and grow again in the spring. Mule deer leap instead of running, all four of their feet coming down together. The adult buck averages a weight from 150-300 pounds, whereas the doe, female deer, averages 100-175 pounds. In the summer, mule deer feast on herbaceous plants and many different kinds of berries. In the winter, they eat twigs of conifers, such as cedar, willow, dogwood, juniper, and sage.
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