Munties on the M40/M25 Junction

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RuralLondoner

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Has anyone else noticed a pair of Muntjac that seen to be constantly out on the motorway embankment on the M40 at the M25 junction?

I've seen them twice now and last time managed this (slightly risky) picture - you can just see one at the top of the photo.

I only ask as it drives me spare when I'm heading back to town having blanked in the woods of Oxfordshire looking for these "shy" deer to see them happily feeding in the open as cars roar past!!

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sir-lamp-alot

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i will be going past there at about 8am on my way to essex for a bloody christening i will let you know if there still there
 

RuralLondoner

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Just landed at Gatwick. In cab two minutes and a pair of roe happily feeding in the middle of a field next to the road.

Think these deer might have cottoned-on to our dawn and dusk in remote woodlands routine fellas!

J
 

sir-lamp-alot

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went past the junction this morning at about 8:30 and there was a single muntie doe there looking extremly scruffy somthing ive never seen in muntjac and passed again at 2:30 where there two so theres certainly a few about that bit
 

RuralLondoner

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Amazing isn't it!? There must be a sustainable group living in that embankment. If you saw a scruffy one - I wonder if they've hit maximum density?
 

Kjf

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The picture is a bit fuzzy,

are you you sure it's not a big black cat??? Panther maybe?? Lol:rofl:

only jesting mate, Sod's law I see more deer on my way to my stalking ground than I do when I'm there,

kjf
 

stuartp

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We came round the M25 from the M11 to the M40 turnoff a few weeks ago a sunny late afternoon, apart from 3 fallow just south of Hatfield we must have seen 10-15 muntjac on the motorway verges.

The buck in my avatar came from within about a mile of where the two the op sees those two, it's a good area for them
Hopefully I will have another bit of land coming up round there pretty soon :cool:
 

Cumbrian 1

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On that particular section of the M40 I have seen a roe doe and twins on the hard shoulder busily munching away, muntjac and fallow. Also on the clockwise carriageway of the M25 in between Potters Bar and the A10 there are a lot of muntjac on the embankment.
 

Hants

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We saw them there the other week on our way up to Harry Potter at Leavesden.
First I knew was my daughter (8 yo) saying "Look, a Muntjac".

That's my girl :thumb:
 

V.I

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If you go on the M25 clock wise and take the Staines/ Wraysbury junction there is/was a Muntjac squashed on the road there the other day.
 

Buggadifino

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I have seen a Muntjac on the M3/M25 junction in the recent past and yesterday morning there was the remains of a muntjac on the M40 Southbound between junction 10 and 9 (Southbound it is that way around) on the hard shoulder.
 

.243 t3

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I see a nice buck on junction 15 on m4 ( Swindon ) just on left as go up slip road he's a beautul.
i only know this as I got carried away looking at him I nearly stoved a nice new range rover sport up the rear end whilst watching him lol
 

stuartp

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Plenty of muntjac on the M25 bank between the A10 and M1 junctions, north side yesterday.
Saw some fallow as I came out of the tunnel along that stretch, but it looks like a deer park so that's hardly surprising
 
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