Yesterday I looked at a parcel of mainly agricultural land situated to the south of Fakenham in Norfolk. It was a relatively fleeting visit to be shown around by the farm manager.
There were very well defined Roe browse lines and I saw several Roe and Munjac as the light faded. There was intermittent but inconclusive evidence of larger species being present.
The farm manager, who is not a stalker, believes that he has seen Fallow and a few Red.
I would appreciate if any members who are familiar with the area, to the south Fakenham, could advise as to what larger species may be present and whether they are seen regularly ?