Mule Deer are native to western North America. Their name derives from the fact that they have large ears, like a mule, the ears move continuously and independently. Here is a Mule Deer I saw recently on a trail in the Ponderosa Pine forest area, close to where I live.
Least Chipmunks are very small, only about 7-8 inches including their tail. They are active runners and skillful climbers. They are found in fields, pine forests, sagebrush desert, or rocky cliff areas. These chipmunks are woodland animals with cheek pouches that are fur-lined, which they use to carry their food. They hibernate with the cached… Read More VERY SMALL CHIPMUNK
Red Squirrels are rust-red to grayish-red above and whitish to gray below. Their tails are dark rust-red. They are found near any type of forest with pines in much of Canada and the U.S. in northern mid and eastern states, as well as the Allegheny Mountains and Rocky Mountains. Red Squirrels are active all year… Read More RED SQUIRREL
Here is a Pronghorn I saw recently here in northern Arizona among the Ponderosa Pines. More here: THE UNIQUE PRONGHORN