The drought has been so severe for so long in Nevada that the Bureau of Land Management recently rounded up and relocated about 200 wild horses within the Fish Lake Valley and Gold Mountain Herd Management Areas (HMAs). Like wild mustangs, dry weather conditions and urbanization have stressed the state's population of 110,000 mule deer for years. But muleys have been holding their own in many areas of the state. The state Department of Wildlife actually added a late archery hunt for Unit 203 this fall. About 40 percent of all mule deer hunters (resident and non-resident) were successful last year, making the Silver State a good hunting destination this fall.