Mo the mule deer arrives on winter range

Mo the mule deer doe has wrapped up her fall migration. She settled into her winter range in the Leucite Hills in December, and hasn’t migrated for weeks. She’s in good shape, sitting at 140+ pounds and 13.78% body fat. Mo and her herd will spend the next three or four months burning through their fat reserves and subsisting on sagebrush and other browse in the hills outside of Superior, Wyoming.

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