Record holder on display at the Princeton Museum

The Burr mule deer inspired the Wildlife Conservation Exhibit currently on display at the Princeton Museum.

The 1928 Burr mule deer (19 point record breaker) is the twelfth largest a-typical mule deer captured in North America and still holds the record to this day.  The Burr mule deer inspired the Wildlife Conservation Exhibit currently on display at the Princeton Museum. It won’t be up for much longer as the museum is readying to set up a new spring display.   Call 250-295-7588 to arrange for your visit.

The 1928 Burr mule deer (19 point record breaker) is the twelfth largest a-typical mule deer captured in North America and still holds the record to this day. The Burr mule deer inspired the Wildlife Conservation Exhibit currently on display at the Princeton Museum. It won’t be up for much longer as the museum is readying to set up a new spring display. Call 250-295-7588 to arrange for your visit.