Handbook of the Rocky Mountains Park Museum

THE Mule Deer or Rocky Mountain Black Tail , not to be confused with the Columbia Black Tailed Deer , derives its name from his large mule - like ears , but is not a large heavy animal like the mule . His short tail is white with only a ...

Author: Canada. National Parks Branch

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Category: Natural history museums

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The Deer Family

CHAPTER II THE MULE - DEER , OR ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLACKTAIL This is the largest and finest of our three smaller deer . Throughout its range it is known as the blacktail deer , and it has as good a historic claim to the title as its Pacific ...

Author: Theodore Roosevelt

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Category: Deer

Page: 334

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Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter

CHAPTER VII THE MULE - DEER , OR ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLACKTAIL This is the largest and finest of our three smaller deer . Throughout its range it is known as the blacktail deer , and it has as good a historic claim to the title as its ...

Author: Theodore Roosevelt

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Category: Hunting

Page: 369

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Recreation

MULE DEER AND BLACKTAIL . it is almost entirely replaced by the ColumI notice your remarks in RECREATION bia ... the Rocky moun* In the Rocky mountains , where the true tains 10,000 feet above the sea , I watched blacktail deer is not ...

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The American Natural History

THE MULE DEER , or RockY MOUNTAINBLACK - Tail , " is a large and handsome animal , the largest of the North American species that are universally known as “ deer . ” It is easily recognized by its very large ears , the two y's on ...

Author: William Temple Hornaday

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Category: Natural history

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Delphi Complete Works of Theodore Roosevelt Illustrated

The Rocky Mountain blacktail or mule-deer is somewhat larger, with large ears, its tail short-haired and round, white excepting for a black tip, and with antlers which fork evenly like the prongs of a pitchfork, — so that it is ...

Author: Theodore Roosevelt

Publisher: Delphi Classics

ISBN: 1801700311

Category: Political Science

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The 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt was a historian, conservationist, naturalist and soldier. The youngest person to become President, Roosevelt was a leader of the progressive movement and championed his ‘Square Deal’ domestic policies, promising average citizens fairness. He expanded the Navy and prioritised conservation and established national parks, forests and monuments, preserving the nation’s natural resources. His successful efforts to broker the end of the Russo-Japanese War won him the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize and he continued to promote progressive policies. Roosevelt was a prolific author, writing with passion numerous political essays, seminal historical studies and insightful hunting and naturalist works. For the first time in publishing history, this eBook presents Roosevelt’s complete works, with numerous illustrations, many rare texts, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Roosevelt’s life and works * Concise introductions to the major texts * Features rare historical books, appearing for the first time in digital publishing * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Rare hunting books, available in no other collection * Includes Roosevelt’s letters and addresses– explore the President’s personal correspondence and official messages * Roosevelt’s memoirs * Features 8 biographies – discover Roosevelt’s incredible life * Ordering of texts into chronological order and genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Political Works Essays on Practical Politics (1888) American Ideals (1897) The Strenuous Life (1899) Inaugural Address (1905) State of the Union Addresses (1901-1908) American Problems (1910) The New Nationalism (1910) Realizable Ideals (1912) Fear God and Take Your Own Part (1916) A Book Lover’s Holidays in the Open (1916) The Foes of Our Own Household (1917) National Strength and International Duty (1917) The Great Adventure (1918) Introductions and Forewords to Various Works The Historical Works The Naval War of 1812 (1882) Thomas H. Benton (1886) Gouverneur Morris (1888) The Winning of the West: Volume I (1889) The Winning of the West: Volume II (1889) New York (1891) The Winning of the West: Volume III (1894) Hero Tales from American History (1895) The Winning of the West: Volume IV (1896) American Naval Policy (1897) The Rough Riders (1899) Oliver Cromwell (1900) Outlook Editorials (1909) African and European Addresses (1910) History as Literature and Other Essays (1913) America and the World War (1915) The Hunting Works Hunting Trips of a Ranchman (1885) Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail (1888) The Wilderness Hunter (1893) Hunting in Many Lands (1895) The Deer Family (1902) Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter (1905) Good Hunting (1907) African Game Trails (1910) Through the Brazilian Wilderness (1914) Life-Histories of African Game Animals (1914) The Letters A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents (1902) by James D. Richardson Theodore Roosevelt’s Letters to His Children (1919) The Memoirs Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography (1913) Average Americans (1919) The Biographies Theodore Roosevelt (1911) by Lawrence Fraser Abbott Theodore Roosevelt (1914) by Owen Wister Theodore Roosevelt: An Intimate Biography (1919) by William Roscoe Thayer Theodore Roosevelt (1920) by Charles J. Bonaparte Theodore Roosevelt (1920) by Edmund Lester Pearson Camping and Tramping with Roosevelt (1921) by John Burroughs My Brother Theodore Roosevelt (1921) by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson Theodore Roosevelt and His Times (1921) by Harold Howland Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles or to purchase this eBook as a Parts Edition of individual eBooks


Large Mammals of the Rocky Mountains

as “blacktailed deer” or “blacktail deer.” In some regions of the southwestern United States, mule deer are sometimes called “burro deer.” The scientific name for the mule deer is Odocoileus hemionus. Odocoileus stems from two Greek ...

Author: Jack Ballard

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493029541

Category: Nature

Page: 440

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This is the ultimate guide to big mammals of the Rocky Mountains—Elk, Grizzly Bears, Wolves, Bison, Black Bears, Moose, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Lions, and Whitetail Deer. This book offers up substantive yet easily digestible information on these big mammals, from where they live to what they prey on to how they communicate and more. More than 400 full-color photographs throughout make this a keepsake reference for years to come.

The Mule Deer

An introduction to the mule deer, native of North America, discussing its physical characteristics, habitats, and behavior.

Author: Mark E. Ahlstrom

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ISBN: 9780896863248

Category: Deer.

Page: 47

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An introduction to the mule deer, native of North America, discussing its physical characteristics, habitats, and behavior.