Habitat-use patterns of mule deer, elk, and moose were determined on two winter range near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Mule deer used areas with the least snow depth and dominated by sagebrush. Elk were located more often than expected on wind-swept hills but used sagebrush communities more frequently as snow depths increased. Moose were generally found associated with broad, riparian zones. All three species occasionally used the same area but differed in their use of specific vegetation types and topography.
Oedekoven, Olin O. and Lindzey, Fredrick G.
"Winter habitat-use pattern of elk, mule deer, and moose in southwestern Wyoming,"
Great Basin Naturalist: Vol. 47
, Article 24.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/gbn/vol47/iss4/24