Wild Doe Sunset Lighting Yellowstone National Park

A wild Doe in Yellowstone National Park stops in the grass to listen to the surroundings where the sunset lighting reflects off her beautiful fur coat.

A wild Doe roaming free in the wilderness of Yellowstone National Park in the USA, stops in her tracks with ears very alert as she hears unusual noises in the area. The Mule Deer found throughout the park have mule like ears, hence their name. They prefer the rough terrain of steep canyons and will make their way through open grasslands, often finding a place to rest in the shrubby regions.

Early morning hours and the sunset hours are two of the best times of day to see a doe in the wild, along with other species of wildlife as this is when they tend to feed. Any of the wild animals can be dangerous, including this beautiful doe, and visitors to the park should never approach the wildlife, feed, disturb or harass them and stay a fair distance from any females which have their young with them.

There are approximately 1,100 miles of trails throughout Yellowstone National Park where the wildlife is abundant, sunset being one of their favorite hours. Campgrounds are found throughout the park, one in particular which is open year round for visitors who can brave all types of weather conditions.

Doe in the wild.



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Photo Title: Wild Doe Sunset Lighting Yellowstone National Park

A wild Doe in Yellowstone National Park stops in the grass to listen to the surroundings where the sunset lighting reflects off her beautiful fur coat.

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Odocoileus Hemionus

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