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i know they're at wijnard and sedgefield, seen one a bit further north aswell, not far from me, shame we only had the little dogs with us... :whistling:

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Don't tell pegandgun that, he won't be happy.....:realmad:

 

TOO RIGHT ........... SORE HEAD ANYONE ?

 

 

MUNTIES ? ............... WELL,........... FURTHER NORTH THAN THAT ;)

 

 

 

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How on earth did they get there?

Perhaps they fancied a vacation to see how inbred the middlesborough lot are!!!! :clapper:

Can' t wait til they are established :boxing:

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Heard of them apparently being in Glasgow??

 

They breed well and spread well, only a little time and they will be everywhere! :gunsmilie:

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i saw my first munty two weeks ago in county durham whilst travelling to my permission which is a bit further north.it was standing at the side of the road beside a plantation.

it was a pleasant suprise before we started lamping.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7199963.stm

 

What do people think about the above story? So called wildlife 'experts' getting their deer id wrong, or are Munties really that far north :hmm:

They're further north than that, saw one at first light last spring !

Hi BIG PETE did u see one in Tynedale???? If so its the first muntjack ive heard of in the area. Cant wait until there are more of them!! :thumbs:

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i saw my first munty two weeks ago in county durham whilst travelling to my permission which is a bit further north.it was standing at the side of the road beside a plantation.

it was a pleasant suprise before we started lamping.

 

Whereabouts in Co Durham ?????????????

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