Deer in the High Sierra


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 10 March 2012

Mostly there's lots of Deer in the High Sierra. The Fall of 2011 seemed like the deer were missing. The Summer of 2011 was very short. Maybe that had something to do with it.

This is a temp page...

Anyway,

Carson Pass Management Are

Deer at Round Lake

Deer at Fourth of July Lake

Carson Iceberg Wilderness

Fawn Above Asa Lake

Deer at Boulder Creek 

Emigrant Wilderness

Buck on South Flank of Leavitt Peak

Buck between Emigrant and Grizzly Meadow

Yosemite National Park

Bucks South of Bond Pass

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