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    Deer parks...

    Just a quick question as i'm into photography and of course have a great interest in deer so wondered if there are any enclosed herds of park deer in the New Forest or any other parts of Hampshire?

    Of course if any are open to public then come the rut etc i'd love to take some pics when im down that way.

    P.S- i know where there are wild herds of Reds but would like to take some pics of park deer.
    Last edited by chopper; 28-05-2011 at 20:28.

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    dont know ! but in 1867 shirley lists only 4. HURSLEY,HACKWOOD ,HURSTBOURNE ,HALE PARK
    REGARDS NORMA

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    Chopper, it's not hampshire, but if you get up to kent you should visit Knole Park at Sevenoaks, they've a large heard and it's all open to the public, the deer are very used to the public and can be appraoched with no problems.
    Happy snapping

    Tikkat3

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    Not a deer park as such but you might want to go to Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary. You can get close to the Fallow very easily, here's a link:

    http://www.new-forest-national-park....sanctuary.html
    Best Regards,
    Adrian.

    Jedward. The reason why there are two barrels on a shotgun.

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    I have Sika, Fallow, Reds, and Muntjac at The New Forest Wildlife Park. P.M me for details

    Sticks

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    British wildlife centre
    I can speak in-depth and with great knowledge about most subjects until some bugger who actually knows what he is speaking about opens his gob .

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopper View Post
    Just a quick question as i'm into photography and of course have a great interest in deer so wondered if there are any enclosed herds of park deer in the New Forest or any other parts of Hampshire?

    Of course if any are open to public then come the rut etc i'd love to take some pics when im down that way.

    P.S- i know where there are wild herds of Reds but would like to take some pics of park deer.
    sam you have access to loads of parks in norfolk whats wrong with taking pictures there????

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    Bolder wood just out side lyndhurst has a deer sanctuary (what ever that means) there are deer of all speices they are viewable to the public from stages but I'm sure if you contacted the sanctuary you might be able to get a little closer pm me your details and I will find out more for you

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    interested to know if the parks i mentioned earlier still exist ,here in northamptonshire at that time we had 14

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