Deer come in two flavors, mule deer and white-tails.
Deer and the larger Mule Deer are abundant in Glacier Park and they are very easy to spot. On every trip to the park I always see a number of deer.
Mule deer get their name from having very large ears (like a mule). In winter their coats are gray and in summer it turns brownish. White-tail deer are distinguished with their white-bottomed tails that are most noticeable when they run. In winter their coat is a grayish-brown and in summer they take on a reddish-brown color.