Mule Deer in the Morning

One of the reasons I love traveling the Palouse is the opportunity I have to see wildlife up close and personal. I seems many times they are as interested in observing me as I am in watching them. At times they appear fearless as if they know they own the environment and I am just an interested guest.
I came across the mule deer in these images early one morning as I was traveling just north of Dayton, WA. There was a herd of six mule deer that were grazing and just appeared to be enjoying the crisp air of the early morning. If you have the opportunity to watch the “mulies” (as they are called) run they appear to just bounce across the fields. It is quite impressive to see.
Remember as you travel the Palouse, keep your eyes open and your camera close at hand especially in the early morning or late evening hours.One of the reasons I love traveling the Palouse is the opportunity I have to see wildlife up close and personal. I seems many times they are as interested in observing me as I am in watching them. At times they appear fearless as if they know they own the environment and I am just an interested guest.
I came across the mule deer in these images early one morning as I was traveling just north of Dayton, WA. There was a herd of six mule deer that were grazing and just appeared to be enjoying the crisp air of the early morning. If you have the opportunity to watch the “mulies” (as they are called) run they appear to just bounce across the fields. It is quite impressive to see.
Remember as you travel the Palouse, keep your eyes open and your camera close at hand especially in the early morning or late evening hours.One of the reasonsOne of the reasons I love traveling the Palouse is the chance I have to see wildlife up close and personal. It seems many times they are as interested in observing me as I am i watching them. At times they appear fearless as if they know they won the environment and I am just a guest in their home.
I came across the mule deer in these images early one morning as I was traveling just  north of Dayton, WA. There was a herd of six mule deer that were grazing and just appeared to be enjoying the crisp air of the early morning. If you have the opportunity to watch the “mulies” (as they are called) run, they seen to just bounce across the fields. It is quite impressive to see.
Remember as you travel the Palouse, keep your eyes open and your camera close at hand especially in the early morning and late evening.
Mule Deer Couple - Copyright Gary Hamburgh 2009 - All Rights Reserved

Mule Deer Couple - Copyright Gary Hamburgh 2009 - All Rights Reserved

One of the reasons I love traveling the Palouse is the chance I have to see wildlife up close and personal. It seems many times they are as interested in observing me as I am in watching them. At times they appear fearless as if they know they own the environment and I am just a guest in their home.
Mule Deer Stare-down - Copyright Gary Hamburgh 2009 - All Rights Reserved

Mule Deer Stare-down - Copyright Gary Hamburgh 2009 - All Rights Reserved

I came across the mule deer in these images early one morning as I was traveling just  north of Dayton, WA. There was a herd of six mule deer that were grazing and just appeared to be enjoying the crisp air of the early morning. If you have the opportunity to watch the “mulies” (as they are called) run, they seen to just bounce across the fields. It is quite impressive to see.
Remember as you travel the Palouse, keep your eyes open and your camera close at hand especially in the early morning and late evening.
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