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After 14 years of leadership, Miles Moretti, the Mule Deer Foundation’s current President & CEO, will retire October 1, 2020. This is a rare opportunity…


 

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1 year ago

Mule Deer Foundations #Project Mule Deer

Sit back, relax and learn about mule deer. This is a great video and I urge you to watch it. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6zeYvuWbZFQ&time_continue=57

Executive Producer Jason Matzinger Official and the Mule Deer Foundation encourages you to tune in to learn more about this iconic big game animal of the Wes...

1 year ago

Respect wintering wildlife, it's a critical time for their survival

https://idfg.idaho.gov/blog/2019/01/lookout-wintering-wildlife?fbclid=IwAR2zecPUlaRs6ukSYY-OPTkGGDk7PQtGbM9qgMFwF4GTwirZ09YZrAzJyMY

| Winter is when our wildlife is the most vulnerable to the elements. By now most wildlife have reached their wintering grounds where they will spend the next few months waiting for mother nature to ... See more

2 years ago

Mule Deer Foundation regional director, Marshall Johnson, is on his way to start a new chapter in Hot Springs South Dakota tonight! Stay tuned for the chapter name and tentative date for their first ... See more

2 years ago

HOT SPRINGS - The Mule Deer Foundation is starting a new chapter in Hot Springs and there will be an organizational meeting tomorrow night (Thursday 1/3) at the Hwy 78 Brewery at 6:30pm. If you have ... See more

2 years ago

Coyotes Kill Deer, Not Deer Herds

Coyotes are tough on deer,..especially fawns. But, loss of habitat, poor habitat and weather are the number one killer of deer. ... See more

Most deer hunters can agree on one thing about coyotes: They can be hell on fawns, muley or whitetail, especially during a fawn’s first six weeks of life. Researchers in some Southeastern states ... See more

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Regional Director

Tom Perrier

South Dakota Regional Director
Cell: 605-786-3614
tom@muledeer.org
 
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