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Deer spotting is a great activity to while away a Sunday morning. Dig out your wellies, pack a picnic and head to a park to try and catch a glimpse of these elegant creatures. In Britain we are lucky enough to have a huge number of parks where deer roam, allowing wildlife lovers and explorers to get up close and personal to wild deer. Here are just a handful of some of the deer spotting parks in Britain that you can visit.
Tucked away in the Bedfordshire countryside is Woburn Abbey Deer Park. It’s home to numerous deer, and is one of the largest private conservation parks in Europe. As well as the native Red and Fallow deer, seven species of deer that originate from Asia call Woburn Abbey home, such as the likes of Milu, Sika or Chinese Water deer. Woburn Abbey gives guests the exciting opportunity to witness not one, but nine types of deer during their day at the park, making it a worthwhile trip for all.
By Sage Fitzpatrick