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    CWD

    Its a tad blured, but caught the little bugger....




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    That's a good photo opportunity you have taken advantage of there. I've only ever seen photo's of the little buggers, one of these days I will maybe get around to doing something about that. Thanks for that.

    John

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    i love water deer
    such a beatifull deer and such sweet tasting meat
    which area blue boar? if you don't mind that is

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    cwd

    Im sure I spotted one not far from woben the other morning couldnt stop unfortunatly.Was I seeing things or are the about in that area?

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    cwd

    Is it right they originally came from the park?Escaped.

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    perks
    i don't think they escaped from woburn more like they went for a wander and never came back
    but lots around that area

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    Quote Originally Posted by stone
    i love water deer
    such a beatifull deer and such sweet tasting meat
    which area blue boar? if you don't mind that is

    It was take on the Suffolk Coast. The 1st buck was seen in 2003 and the 1st doe in 2004 and now we have 10 animals.

    Not a dam clue where they came from though...

    But according to the BDS there are no CWD in Suffolk


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    BB
    unfortunately if no one reports them to such organisations then they will never know about them but then buy doing this you will find an influx of stalkers from out of the area , venturing in ,looking for stalking and offering x amount of pounds for it, this is the sad side of stalking in my eyes, but the future by the looks of things
    but there are several areas of the broads that hold water deer , plus they are quite prolific breeders in the right conditions, often having upto for offspring at a time
    don't be so keen to expose thier actual area but keep taking the pics as they are so photogenic and beautiful to look at
    ATB
    stone

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    Quote Originally Posted by stone
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    unfortunately if no one reports them to such organisations then they will never know about them but then buy doing this you will find an influx of stalkers from out of the area , venturing in ,looking for stalking and offering x amount of pounds for it, this is the sad side of stalking in my eyes, but the future by the looks of things
    but there are several areas of the broads that hold water deer , plus they are quite prolific breeders in the right conditions, often having upto for offspring at a time
    don't be so keen to expose thier actual area but keep taking the pics as they are so photogenic and beautiful to look at
    ATB
    stone
    I submitted the results in the last deer census, if these animals get too prolific at breeding, then I will end up controlling them.

    But for now, it just me trying to take photo's and them skulking away.



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