Mule deer are a symbol of West America deer. They rang as far as Alaska down to British Columbia. Mule deer are known for their large mule-like ears which generally are as long as three-quarters of the head. The mule deer has a unique black forehead or mask, yet they have a light grey face. Mule deer have a grayish-brown color and a white rump patch with a small whitetail that has a black tip. Mule deer weigh approximately around 120-290 lbs. The males are generally bigger animals than females. Sizing at around 3 to 3-1/2 ft tall at the shoulder, and 4 to 7 feet long.
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Hunting Dates: Depends on the location of the hunt.
Draw Required: Yes.