fallow deer

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Synonyms for fallow deer

small Eurasian deer

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Along with the red deer rut, the fallow deer rut make up the highlight of the autumn calendar for wildlife lovers, lasting until the end of November.
With Storm and Spirit the best of friends, Carol and her team decided to introduce them to the park's herd of fallow deer.
7 square miles) to hunt, we had plenty of room to spot and stalk our first target--a fallow deer buck.
Three days later her son Faulds, 19, was sentenced to 22 months and banned from keeping animals for life at the same court for killing a tame white fallow deer in Belleisle Park, Ayr.
Moose are the largest deer species in the world, once matched in magnitude only by the now-extinct Irish elk, which looked more like a giant fallow deer rather than either an elk or a moose.
WHILE YOU'RE THERE: Go for a stroll in Richmond Park and watch the herds of red and fallow deer in this amazing 2,500-acre former hunting enclosure.
In central Europe deer keds also use red deer (Cervus elaphus), roe deer (Capreolus capreolus), and fallow deer (Dama dama) as hosts (Haarlov 1964).
Visitors on Sunday, June 15, will be able to explore the six-acre site where highland cattle, fallow deer and Jacob sheep can be seen alongside a garden containing exotic plants, a 7ft mermaid, six colour-themed herbaceous borders and a newly designed lavender garden.
By marrying the scientific evidence with discussion from social anthropology, the significance of fallow deer and their impact on the cultural landscape of Roman Britain are also considered.
Torriani and his colleagues recorded mother-fawn pairs of fallow deer on Swiss farms.
Along with the loss of at least six million hectares of woodlands since then has come the eradication of more than half of the native species of wildlife, including the endangerment of the Jebeer gazelle, Asian cheetah, Persian fallow deer.
A report by the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations says the stress of a mounting number of visitors, unreliable and under-funded repairs and maintenance, the danger of fire, the presence of unsuitable large animals such as fallow deer and ostriches, and feral cats and rats that attack nesting seabirds, are all taking their toll.
Earlier this year the Evening Gazette reported how fallow deer were being driven out of Stewart Park because of European legislation.