According to Jeanne L. Clark's excellent Nevada Wildlife Viewing Guide, Falcon
Press Publishing, 1993, hundreds of mule deer of both the Rocky Mountain and
California subspecies descend to this area each winter to forage. Birds of prey ...
Author: Matt Purdue
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
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