The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s fall mule deer survey indicated fawn production in 2018 was better than in 2017. Continue reading North Dakota Completes Fall Mule Deer Survey
Mule deer in western Wyoming are bouncing back after suffering harsh impacts from last year’s winter. As part of an extended five-year study on mule deer in the West, the Wyoming Range Project, Continue reading Wyoming Range Mule Deer Showing Signs Of Recovery
The mapping project will document in detail the migration corridors of several key herds that have never been the focus of the latest tracking technology. All 90 animals captured will be fitted with “real-time” GPS collars that send data back to researchers every three days. That represents a vast improvement over previous GPS studies that required researchers to recover dropped collars to download the data after one to three years. Continue reading WY Biologists Launch Study Of Greater Yellowstone Mule Deer Migrations
Editor’s Note: On Friday we dig through the Safari Magazine archives and dust off a gem from the past. This week we get a tutorial in hunting mountain mule deer in Winter. This article originally appeared in the March/April 1987 issue of Safari Magazine.
Some events highlight the progress of life’s circuitous journey: There’s a man’s first real love affair, his wedding, his Continue reading Flashback Friday – Winter Mule Deer