Janet Horton
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Mule Deer Doe and Fawn standing among cultivated plants in my backyard
© Janet Horton
Mule Deer Doe and Fawn...

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Pronghorn antelope crossing a highway
© Janet Horton
Pronghorn antelope crossing a
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Bull Elk or Wapiti with antlers over the shoulder view
© Janet Horton
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Adult Bull Elk or Wapiti letting out with a bugling call while standing in a stream
© Janet Horton
Adult Bull Elk or Wapiti...


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Female Mule Deer browsing on ferns in our backyard. Known for their large ears and black on their tail.  In the background you can barely see its well-camouflaged fawn lying down.
© Janet Horton
Female Mule Deer browsing
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Two female American Elk cows, one with a radio collar, sniffing noses at sunrise on a foggy morning in a frost-covered field
© Janet Horton
Two female American Elk
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American Elk standing in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
American Elk standing in
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American Elk standing in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
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American Elk standing in
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American Elk standing in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
American Elk standing in
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American Elk standing in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
American Elk standing in
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Three American Elk bucks in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
Three American Elk bucks in...

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Female Mule Deer (doe) in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
Female Mule Deer (doe) in...


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Female Mule Deer (doe) in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
Female Mule Deer (doe) in...

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Male Mule Deer (buck) resting at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
Male Mule Deer (buck)
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Female Mule Deer (doe) in the forest at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
© Janet Horton
Female Mule Deer (doe) in...

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Small Globe Thistle flower close-up in the Hiram Chittenden Locks gardens
© Janet Horton
Small Globe Thistle flower
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Mule Deer buck (Odocoileus hemionus) standing on a driveway looking right
© Janet Horton
Mule Deer buck (Odocoileus
hemionus)...

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Mule Deer buck standing near forest
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Mule Deer buck standing
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Mule Deer buck standing near forest
© Janet Horton
Mule Deer buck standing
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Petroglyph prehistoric drawing on rock
© Janet Horton
Petroglyph prehistoric drawing
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Petroglyph prehistoric drawing on rock
© Janet Horton
Petroglyph prehistoric drawing
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Mule Deer doe standing by tree
© Janet Horton
Mule Deer doe standing by...

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"Grazing Elk"  watercolor painting created by Betsy Dahlstrom in Oct. 2006.
© Janet Horton;
14835 245th Ave SE,
Issaquah, WA 98027;
425-313-3060; ALL RIGHTS
RESERVED
"Grazing Elk" watercolor
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Male Mule Deer with early antlers beside a rural road near Bozeman, Montana, USA.
© Janet Horton
Male Mule Deer with early...


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Male Mule Deer with early antlers beside a rural road near Bozeman, Montana, USA.
© Janet Horton
Male Mule Deer with early...

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Two male and one female Mule Deer beside a rural road near Bozeman, Montana, USA.
© Janet Horton
Two male and one female...

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One male and one female Mule Deer beside a rural road near Bozeman, Montana, USA.
© Janet Horton
One male and one female...

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One male and one female Mule Deer beside a rural road near Bozeman, Montana, USA.
© Janet Horton
One male and one female...


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Female Whitetail Deer walking across a driveway in a rural residential setting
© Janet Horton
Female Whitetail Deer walking
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Small pond that is a water feature in a yard.  It flows down to another pond via a shallow creek.  The pink flowers are Japanese Anemone or Japanese Thimbleflower or Japanese Windflower.
© Janet Horton
Small pond that is a...

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Small waterfalls into a pond that is a water feature in a yard.  The pink flowers are Japanese Anemone or Japanese Thimbleflower or Japanese Windflower.
© Janet Horton
Small waterfalls into a
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Native American petroglyphs at Buffalo Eddy in the Snake River
© Janet Horton
Native American petroglyphs at
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Small waterfalls into a pond that is a water feature in a yard.  The pink flowers are Japanese Anemone or Japanese Thimbleflower or Japanese Windflower.
© Janet Horton
Small waterfalls into a
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Three male elk in meadow, with two running
© Janet Horton
Three male elk in meadow,...

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Pronghorn antelope crossing a highway
© Janet Horton
Pronghorn antelope crossing a
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Pronghorn antelope crossing a highway
© Janet Horton
Pronghorn antelope crossing a
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Pronghorn antelope crossing a highway
© Janet Horton
Pronghorn antelope crossing a
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Columbian white-tailed deer in a light rain in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield, Washington, USA.  This endangered species of deer that have been translocated from Puget Island, Washington will have bright yellow ear tags and the adults are often fitted with radio collars that help to study their activity.  However, those young that are born on the Refuge will not have either of these.  The species has a longer and lighter colored tail versus the shorter darker tail of the black-tailed deer.
© Janet Horton
Columbian white-tailed deer in
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Columbian white-tailed deer wearing a tracking collar in a light rain in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield, Washington, USA.  This endangered species of deer that have been translocated from Puget Island, Washington will have bright yellow ear tags and the adults are often fitted with radio collars that help to study their activity.  However, those young that are born on the Refuge will not have either of these.  The species has a longer and lighter colored tail versus the shorter darker tail of the black-tailed deer.
© Janet Horton
Columbian white-tailed deer
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Columbian white-tailed deer in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield, Washington, USA.  This endangered species of deer that have been translocated from Puget Island, Washington will have bright yellow ear tags and the adults are often fitted with radio collars that help to study their activity.  However, those young that are born on the Refuge will not have either of these.  The species has a longer and lighter colored tail versus the shorter darker tail of the black-tailed deer.
© Janet Horton
Columbian white-tailed deer in
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Columbian white-tailed deer in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge in Ridgefield, Washington, USA.  This endangered species of deer that have been translocated from Puget Island, Washington will have bright yellow ear tags and the adults are often fitted with radio collars that help to study their activity.  However, those young that are born on the Refuge will not have either of these.  The species has a longer and lighter colored tail versus the shorter darker tail of the black-tailed deer.
© Janet Horton
Columbian white-tailed deer in
Ridgefield...

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Deer fern
© Janet Horton
Deer fern...

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Mule Deer doe crossing the road
© Janet Horton
Mule Deer doe crossing the...

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Male American Elk alongside the road
© Janet Horton
Male American Elk alongside
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Whitetail Deer buck about to cross a dirt road
© Janet Horton
Whitetail Deer buck about
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Japanese Anemone (Anemone hupehensis) flowers.
© Janet Horton
Japanese Anemone (Anemone
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Bull Elk bugling in a meadow, with cool shadows of a forest in the background
© Janet Horton
Bull Elk bugling in a...

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Bull Elk bugling in a meadow, with cool shadows of a forest in the background
© Janet Horton
Bull Elk bugling in a...


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Bull Elk standing in a stream, with cool shadows behind him
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Bull Elk standing in a...

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Two elk cows eating grass near a visitors center, in an urban area
© Janet Horton
Two elk cows eating grass...

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Doe and fawn Mule or Black-tailed deer grazing on the frost-covered grass in the residential area of Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, Washington, USA
© Janet Horton
Doe and fawn Mule or...

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Male Mule or Black-tailed deer in the residential area of Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, Washington, USA
© Janet Horton
Male Mule or Black-tailed
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Black-tailed or Mule Deer fawn crossing the highway in front of a truck in Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
© Janet Horton
Black-tailed or Mule Deer
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The Columbian black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus) is found in western North America, from Northern California into the Pacific Northwest and coastal British Columbia.  They are subspecies of the mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus).  This fawn is a captive animal who lives at at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park near Eatonville, Washington, USA.
© Janet Horton
The Columbian black-tailed
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Mule deer does eating plants in my backyard
© Janet Horton
Mule deer does eating
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Mule deer doe wondering about, about to drink from a fish pond and eating plants in my backyard
© Janet Horton
Mule deer doe wondering
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