Mule Deer are the only native deer species in Nevada. They can be identified by their long, mule-like ears. Male Mule Deer sport antlers during the breeding season, which occurs from late November through the middle of December. Mule Deer fur coloration varies across their range. They can be shades of dark brown, ash gray, brown, and even reddish in color. They sport a white patch on their throats as well.