Mule Deer Buck Castle Rock Colorado

I woke up this morning and surprised a Massive Mule Deer Buck Castle Rock Colorado. It was a once in a lifetime Trophy Mule Deer, in my front yard. Maybe he surprised me.

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Check out this video and photos. This incredible mule deer buck also had two other bucks tagging along with him.

Here is a video of the second visit from this Big Mule Deer Buck.

Here are some photos.

Mule Deer Buck

Mule Deer Trophy Buck

 

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Trophy Buck

Mule Deer Buck

Mule Deer Bucks

Mule deer bucks in Castle Rock, Colorado.

Vortex Optics Diamondback 10x50 Roof Prism Binocular
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  • Fully multi-coated on all air-to-glass surfaces increases light transmission while phase correction coating enhances resolution and contrast.
  • Adjustable eyecups can be twisted up or down for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
  • Center focus wheel adjusts the focus of both binocular barrels at the same time while the diopter (located on the right eyepiece) allows the user to adjust for focus differences between each eye.
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4 thoughts on “Mule Deer Buck Castle Rock Colorado”

  1. Hello, this incredible story rocks my world! I think you’re lucky you were able to see them. We don’t all have a chance to see such beautiful animals. The Mule Deer Trophy, in your front yard is a gift from God. Do you often happen to see an deer in Castle Rock, Colorado? Wish you all the best.

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    • There are a lot of mule deer in the area and later in fall and in the winter, large herds of Elk will make they’re way down from the higher elevations.

      I have had to learn to limit my night driving around here as the mule deer start moving around a lot at dusk.

      Rick

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  2. We don’t see deer around my home in the United Kingdom, it is a great sight to see in Colorada. It is a place I would like to visit. From what I see, the countryside is amazing and it would be a fantastic experience. Is it normal to see a lot of deer locally, if not on your front street?

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    • We see deer and some elk around here all the time. There are a lot of trails next to our neighborhood and they are out a lot, especially in the early mornings and evenings. I have to be much more careful when driving at night, as they are so active then.

      Colorado is a wonderful place to live or visit.

      Rick

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