Species / International Ovis
Odocoileus virginianus couesi
Coues whitetails are found in desert regions, especially hills and mountains between 4,000-8,000 feet elevation, usually with scrub oak and high grassy basins. This subspecies is isolated from other whitetails, but occasionally comes into contact with other whitetails in Arizona and Mexico. Coues whitetails are found in central and southern Arizona and the southwestern corner of New Mexico, and most all of Sonora, Mexico.
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