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Discussion in 'Wildlife Gallery' started by DevilDogz, Aug 17, 2009.
Thought i would share some pictures with thoses that havent already seen them.!
Wow thats great well done you keep up the wonderful work
lovely pics - its fantastic that the majority of them have been released
Ive never seen a muntjac. Im not we have them around here.
Ive seen more muntjac then any other deer! There quite thick and are always brought in as RTA'S or stuck in fenching....Iv proberly seen just as many fallow as muntjac..and only ever seen a handful or roe and red deer..
I have seen 2/3 chinese water deer..I will have a look now through my pic for some pic of the chinese water deer, and a fully grown muntjac.
They are quite rare over here arent they? The chinese that is.
Heres's a few more...
Long eared owl:
male muntjac: ( permant as ony has 3legs)
Great crested grebe:
collard dove on my head!
on my hand:
Mr fox..(permant as 3legged..)
Female muntjact!: (attacked by dog! ..)
Yes they are i have only seen a few..Im just uploading some pic now!
Those are amazing pics. Im very jealous
hehe Nonnie! ..I guess i am very lucky to have done a training course along side such amazing animals!
Chinese water deer!: (this is the deer that has left me scarred) evil madam she was!
Great pics, what great work you do xxx
There are Muntjac around but they are very shy animals, in 50 years I've only seen two locally.
Loads in a place I went last year called Savernake Forest
Brilliant pictures Kerry keep em coming - love hearing all their storiesxxx
Beautiful pics Kerry....You do a great job....xxxx
Super Piccys i especially love Mr Fox :001_wub:
lovely pictures those are!
Wow, you are like the guardian angel to all animals by the looks of it, great work you are doing x
How funny you don't live that far from me But i see them almost daily
im in love with mr fox gr8 pic,also the red kite she looks magnifisent xx
Great pictures - the favourite one is the Hedgehog