Mule deer publications:

Jakopak, R. P., T. N. LaSharr, S. P. H. Dwinnell, G. L. Fralick, and K. L. Monteith 2019. Rapid acquisition of memory in a complex landscape by a mule deer. Ecology.
Mule Deer

Dwinnell, S. P. H., H. Sawyer, J. E. Randall, J. L. Beck, J. S. Forbey, G. L. Fralick, and K. L. Monteith. 2019. Where to forage when afraid: Does perceived risk impair use of the foodscape? Ecological Applications.
Mule Deer

Merkle, J. A., H. Sawyer, K. L. Monteith, S. P. H. Dwinnell, G. L. Fralick, and M. J. Kauffman. 2019. Spatial memory shapes migration and its benefits: Evidence from a large herbivore. Ecology Letters.
Mule Deer

LaSharr, T. N., R. A. Long, J. R. Heffelfinger, V. C. Bleich, P. R. Krausman, R. T. Bowyer, J. M. Shannon, E. M. Rominger, C. P. Lehman, M. Cox, and K. L. Monteith. 2019. Biological relevance of antler, horn, and pronghorn size in records programs. Journal of Mammalogy.
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Sawyer, H. J. A. Merkle, A. D. Middleton, S. P. H. Dwinnell, and K. L. Monteith. 2018. Migratory plasticity is not ubiquitous among large herbivores. Journal of Animal Ecology.
Mule Deer

Aikens, E. O., M. J. Kauffman, J. A. Merkle, S. P. H. Dwinnell, G. L. Fralick, and K. M. Monteith. 2017. The greenscape shapes surfing of resource waves in a large migratory herbivore. Ecology Letters.
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