Red Deer doing good work, munching on gorse at Chobham Ridges

Red Deer munching on gorse is exactly why they were introduced into the Bisley and Pirbright Ranges by Surrey Wildlife Trust.

The deer were next to the perimeter fence of the ranges on the path along Chobham Ridges, as I passed them on my walk from Lightwater to Deepcut.

One of the deer got very close to the fence, so close that I could smell him – and boy, what a pong. Here are a couple of photos and a short video of the deer chewing on the gorse. Pity video doesn’t yet have ‘smell-o-vision’.

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