Hungry…

One way to find food that is buried under the deep snow is to look up into the trees as these two mule deer does are doing at the intersection of Fourth and Park streets in Rangely. Deep snow throughout both ends of Rio Blanco County have the deer looking to trees and shrubs they can reach as anything sprouting from the ground remains hidden under feet of snow.
One way to find food that is buried under the deep snow is to look up into the trees as these two mule deer does are doing at the intersection of Fourth and Park streets in Meeker. Deep snow throughout both ends of Rio Blanco County have the deer looking to trees and shrubs they can reach as anything sprouting from the ground remains hidden under feet of snow.
One way to find food that is buried under the deep snow is to look up into the trees as these two mule deer does are doing at the intersection of Fourth and Park streets in Meeker. Deep snow throughout both ends of Rio Blanco County have the deer looking to trees and shrubs they can reach as anything sprouting from the ground remains hidden under feet of snow.