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Back up to see if there was any signs of the rutting on Big Moor yesterday, not yet. Also great to see the deer hiding amongst the ferns and long grass and the stags forgetting they have a foot and half of antlers up there, easier to hide when you are a doe I think.
Thanks Hazel. To be honest I still like the neighbouring moor (Blackamoor). It's not as grandiose as Big Moor and lots less deer but because of that and because they have less people going to see them they come a lot closer, especially early doors. Often at sunrise (especially during the week) it's just me and them which is pretty great.
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In reply to Alan.:
Lot to learn
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