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  • Red Deer

    On Knoydart, these deer were all in a field and I assumed they were farmed as per cattle, but then some of them just jumped over the fence and disappeared up the hill, so I guess they were just taking advantage of some quality grazing.





    John

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  • #2
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    Locally we have Ashridge Forest with its fallow deer, so it's good to see these pix of red deer. Love their expressions, especially the deer on the right in the last pic!

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    Ann1e

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    • #3
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      Great shots John! I not sure why, but I never tire ofseeing Red Deer?
      Iain

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      • #4
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        John, maybe they were missplaced by Testosteron?! The rut is about to start, isn't it?! The one stag with the reddish rack at least shows some signs of it in pic #2. Amazing how they could jump those high fences. And to bad the later got into your image. The photos are nice, but without the artifacts in the background they would be so much better - as in #3. Majestic animals they are!
        I am not afraid of Tits

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        • #5
          Re: Red Deer

          Blimey, you don't see that very often!

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