How many species of Deer are there in California?

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    According to a hunting guide, there are 6 species: Columbian black-tailed deer, Rocky Mountain mule deer, California Mule deer, Burro mule deer, Southern Mule deer, and Inyo mule deer.

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    There are six subspecies of mule deer in California: Columbian black-tailed deer, Rocky Mountain mule deer, California mule deer, Inyo mule deer, burro mule deer, and southern mule deer. They are fairly abundant throughout the state, and inhabit various terrains including the foothills of the desert, coastal mountains, and alpine meadows. California has the most deer variety of all the western states.

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    This government hunting publication specifies six species of deer in California: Columbian black-tailed deer, Rocky Mountain mule deer, California Mule deer, Burro mule deer, Southern Mule deer, and Inyo mule deer. Of these, the Colombian black-tailed deer is by far the most popular in terms of hunting, and the California Mule Deer boasts the largest and most sustainable population.

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