October 7, 2015
Comments Off on Fallow deer caught on trail cam
I haven’t posted anything in awhile because of school work but that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been doing anything. With the better weather last week I thought it would be a good chance to see whether we could see … Continue reading
April 12, 2015
Comments Off on Richmond park, Deer and Parakeets
Today me and my family went to Richmond Park in London. This Royal park is the largest enclosed space in London at 2500 acres and has healthy populations of both Fallow and Red deer. There were SO many people there … Continue reading
March 8, 2015
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My trail cam picked up some interesting footage last week. It showed a male roe deer rubbing his head on a branch and then just over 24 hours later a fallow buck rubs his head on the branch next to … Continue reading
December 22, 2014
Over the last couple of weeks I did a little experiment with my trail cam putting it on the same tree but at different view points over a number of days to see what kind of animals use which trails. … Continue reading
March 12, 2014
Comments Off on White Fallow Deer?
At this time of year when there is no bracken, it’s easier to spot the many deer in the wood. Recently we’ve noticed a white deer in amongst the herd of fallow deer that we regularly see. There are quite … Continue reading
This week’s image of the week is this daytime shot of three deer, two does and one buck walking through the clearing that my trail cam was in.
February 23, 2014
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On a walk a few days ago my dog Jess didn’t coming back when we called her. After a quick scan of the woods around us we saw her nosing around with great interest. We thought it was deer scat … Continue reading
This week’s image of the week is…..
This very large Fallow buck came through the path really close to my trail cam.
Come back next week to see the next “Image of the Week”!
Each week I plan to post the best footage from my camera trap. This week we noticed this young deer seems to only have one antler. Still has the downy fuzz on it too. I called it the ‘Rhino Deer’. I chose this because it is very interesting and unique.