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Fallow deer

Dama dama

Notes:

These deer who are relaxing in the high grass, have lost their antlers and are growing new ones. This, growing back of antlers is something that happens every year and if one is lucky, you can find them in the forest. In the Amsterdamse Waterleidingduinen there are a lot of Fallow deer. In the last couple of years the population has grown so hard that there is a discussion going on about controlling the population. Personally I think, with a lack of predators and the growing numbers, it would be better for a healthy population.

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12 Comments

FoTony
FoTony 7 years ago

Thank you Thom!

Thom
Thom 7 years ago

Nice pictures!

FoTony
FoTony 7 years ago

Thank you Yuko!

YukoChartraw
YukoChartraw 7 years ago

Beautiful series!

FoTony
FoTony 7 years ago

Thank you Joshua I like that Picture as well.

Josh Asel
Josh Asel 7 years ago

That first shot, to me, is a winner :) Beautiful pictures good job man.

FoTony
FoTony 7 years ago

Thank you Ava!

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 7 years ago

Sweet series!

FoTony
FoTony 7 years ago

Thank you Luis!

LuisStevens
LuisStevens 7 years ago

Great series!

FoTony
FoTony 7 years ago

Thank you Satyen!

Wild Things
Wild Things 7 years ago

Great series!

Antoine Verfaille
Spotted by
Antoine Verfaille

Bloemendaal, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Spotted on May 11, 2012
Submitted on Dec 12, 2012

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