Photo of the Week: Mule Deer in Jasper National Park

As a huge animal lover, I am always on the lookout for wildlife when I travel. While I don’t always have the best of luck in some destinations, I never fail to see wildlife in Jasper National Park.

This is probably one of the cutest animal moments I have witnessed- a mother Mule deer grooming her baby. The baby just stared at me while her mom licked the top of her head. I love how you can see the mother’s tongue sticking out in this photo!

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Mule deer are most likely to be seen on valley bottoms. They are easily identified by the black tip on their tail, white rump and large ears.

 

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  • Uptourist - Reminds me of Bambi only that he doesn’t have the same spots. Such a wonderful feeling to be in contact with wildlife.March 25, 2015 – 11:36 pmReplyCancel

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