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Fantastic :victory: I might pop into bushy or Richmond at the weekend,love watching them.

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Fantastic :victory: I might pop into bushy or Richmond at the weekend,love watching them.

 

Bushy as in bentley priory?

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Fantastic :victory: I might pop into bushy or Richmond at the weekend,love watching them.

 

Bushy as in bentley priory?

 

Bushy Park, Teddington I think.

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Fantastic :victory: I might pop into bushy or Richmond at the weekend,love watching them.

Thanks, check the gate times by calling them if going to Bushy Park, their web site says they are open from 6.30am but it has been 8am all week.

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Fantastic :victory: I might pop into bushy or Richmond at the weekend,love watching them.

Thanks, check the gate times by calling them if going to Bushy Park, their web site says they are open from 6.30am but it has been 8am all week.

 

I live very close mate,have a coffee in Kingston then pop in afterwards :thumbs:

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very nice pics

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Very nice mate i would be happy with any of them heads

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Great pics mate no sign of Fenton

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Just a few from a trip up to Richmond Park in the week. I suppose they are classed as wild but contained.

 

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Eye contact by Martin Billard, on Flickr

 

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My ladies so keep back by Martin Billard, on Flickr

 

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Red bellowing early doors by Martin Billard, on Flickr

Its on BBC news at the moment mate,theres been a survey done in Richmond Park and they have found over 1000 lyme infected ticks,they are trying to raise awareness of the disease in London parks.

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Just been into bushy mate,could see a couple of fallow squaring up to each other,they were pushing each other into the ground,crashing heads and straining necks,very vocal,i got within 3 yards of them very,very slowly using trees to move forward whenever they separated,i took some pics on my mates I-phone as I only have a dumb-phone,he is mailing me them and I will bang them up,going back over there tomorrow :yes:

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