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river corridor wasn't prime mule deer habitat. The cover along the river was composed primarily of cottonwood, willows and other riparian species -- far better suited to whitetails than mule deer. According to the accounts of Meriwether Lewis, members of the Corps of Discovery seldom saw mule deer "in any except a rough country; they prefer the open grounds and are seldom found in the woodlands near the river; when they are met with in the woodland or river bottoms and are pursued, they invariably run into the hills or open country as the Elk do. The contrary happens with the common white-tailed deer. "The explorers described mule deer as "Black tail deer, "which was not the true blacktail that inhabits the West Coast. Lewis and Clark's descriptive name for mule deer was derived from the animals' black-tipped, ropelike tails. On October 5, 1804, Clark reported: "one of the men killed a Shee Brarow a female

 
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