HomeFact Sheet 36: Role of Private Lands in Mule Deer Management

Fact Sheet 36: Role of Private Lands in Mule Deer Management


Mule deer occur in northern Mexico and 24 western states, Canadian provinces, and territories. Private lands comprise more than 60% of mule deer range throughout North America, which underscores the importance of private lands and landowners to mule deer. Managing mule deer on private lands presents unique challenges, but these are outweighed by the potential benefits for large-scale and strategic management opportunities possible when conservation organizations and state/provincial wildlife agencies partner with private landowners.

A product of the Mule Deer Working Group - Sponsored by the Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies. Produced with support from the Mule Deer Foundation (www.muledeer.org) - Approved January 2021

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