British wildlife recordings

Dama dama : Fallow Deer - Cervidae

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    W1CDR0001444 BD16

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  • Recording locations

    Haldon Forest, Devon: OS Grid Reference(289500,83500)

  • Recordist

    Shove, Lawrence

  • Species

    Fallow Deer, Dama dama

  • Description

    This is a recording of two male fallow deer clashing antlers in Haldon Forest, Devon. These animals are usually sighted in broadleaf and open coniferous woodland and are found in most counties throughout the UK. They tend to be gregarious with group size and degree of sexual segregation being largely dependant on population density and habitat. Adult males and females tend to live apart for most of the year until they come together to mate.

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