What is the best way to photograph the deer?

The deers are a great sight and make excellent photos. It is important that you take your photos from a distance of over 50m, to protect both the deer and yourself from accidental harm.

Is it safe to approach the deer?

While it may be tempting to get close to the deer, it is important to remember that they are wild animals and can be unpredictable and potentially dangerous. It is recommended to observe them from a distance of 50m and not to feed them.

Where are the deer?

The deer roam the park and could be anywhere!

When is the deer rut?

The breeding season or rut is typically from late September until November.

Do deer lose their antlers?

In March or April each year, the male deer shed their antlers.

What are the deer called?

Female Red Deer are known as Hinds, the males as Stags and the young as calves. Female Fallow Deer are known as Does, the males as Bucks and the young as fawns. Sorry to disappoint our younger visitors at Christmas time, but there are no Reindeer.