Mule deer lives exclusively in the desert range of the State of Sonora, especially in low-bushed areas.
Can grow up to 3´2 ft. high with 7”in long ears. This impressive animal is notoriously larger and heavier than the white-tailed deer, it can weight from 154-254 pounds depending on the gender. Their tail is shorter and darker, and their body color ranges from gray to brown-yellowish in the summer time.
Mature males have long and multiple antlers, rather than females.
Mule deer is also a grass, herbs and sedge-eater so it can also be commonly seen in plantation fields.