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Powerful Whitetail leaps effortlessly through a tangled grove of Mesquites

Whitetail & Muleys

Large, elegant Whitetail Deer have returned in abundance. Mule Deer enjoying the security of the steep canyons now range in significant numbers into the Brazos River Canyonlands as far east as the Double Mountain area. Rio Grande Turkeys once again strut and trot up and down all over the canyons.

At least a few Mountain Lions roam, challenging the Coyotes, Foxes, and Bobcats for the top of the food chain. Big-eared Jack Rabbits and meek Cottontails mingle with their predators. Badgers and Porcupines have returned. Horned Toads still thrive here along with the not-so-charming Diamond-Backed Rattlesnake.

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Silhouetted in the afternoon sun, a Whitetail bounds through the landscape of Gyp Springs Ranch

Wide-racked Whitetail vaults up a canyon slope in Impossible Canyon

Large Whitetail maneuvers through a open field along Impossible Canyon

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Flashing its signature white tail, a young deer gallops through Impossible Canyon

Whitetail adolescent scampers quickly through a gnarled thicket of Mesquite limbs and dead undergrowth

Wide-racked Whitetail strikes an elegant pose as it leaps through a clearing on Royston Ranch

Powerful Whitetail leaps effortlessly through a tangled grove of Mesquites