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Originally created for deer hunting, Richmond Park now has 630 red and fallow deer that roam freely within much of the park. A cull takes place each November and February to ensure numbers can be sustained about 200 deer are culled annually and the meat is sold to licensed game dealers.Some deer are also killed in road accidents, through ingesting litter such as small items of plastic, or by dogs; three deer were killed by dogs in 2012.Many of the deer in Richmond Park are infected with a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi which can be transmitted to humans through a tick bite, causing Lyme disease.



The park is an important refuge for other wildlife, including woodpeckers, squirrels, rabbits, snakes, frogs, toads, stag beetles and many other insects plus numerous ancient trees and varieties of fungi. It is particularly notable for its rare beetles.



Richmond Park supports a large population of what are believed to be ring-necked (or rose-ringed) parakeets. These bred from birds that escaped or were freed from captivity.

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N 565 B 24.2K C 38 E Aug 8, 2020 F Jul 17, 2022
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Experience panoramic views as if you were on the top of the world at the National Trust's Ditchling Beacon in East Sussex.

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N 198 B 1.5K C 6 E Oct 9, 2021 F Jul 3, 2022
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The 92 acre site in Warnham, North Horsham was designated a Local Nature Reserve in 1988.
It includes a 17 acre millpond, marshes, grassland, reedbeds, hedges as well as both broad-leaved and coniferous woodlands. It provides a haven for a variety of wildlife with over 400 species of plants, from Common Bird's-foot Trefoil to Orchids and ancient Oaks. Over 100 species of bird are recorded annually, including a thriving Heronry, wildfowl, and all three species of Woodpecker.
The beautiful Kingfisher makes the most of the waters and are regularly seen from all three bird hides. The Reserve is also rich in dragonfly - over 21 species have been recorded - which can be seen zipping around the different wetland habitats.

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N 360 B 20.3K C 23 E Jun 19, 2022 F Jun 18, 2022
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Sunday nights locations are getting darker and darker.

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N 139 B 1.4K C 2 E Oct 9, 2021 F Jun 4, 2022
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The 92 acre site in Warnham, North Horsham was designated a Local Nature Reserve in 1988.
It includes a 17 acre millpond, marshes, grassland, reedbeds, hedges as well as both broad-leaved and coniferous woodlands. It provides a haven for a variety of wildlife with over 400 species of plants, from Common Bird's-foot Trefoil to Orchids and ancient Oaks. Over 100 species of bird are recorded annually, including a thriving Heronry, wildfowl, and all three species of Woodpecker.
The beautiful Kingfisher makes the most of the waters and are regularly seen from all three bird hides. The Reserve is also rich in dragonfly - over 21 species have been recorded - which can be seen zipping around the different wetland habitats.

Tags:   national water walking wet windy westsussex Brighton Warnham North Horsham bird birds king Kingfisher fisher DIGITAL nikonZ50 Mirrorless Z50 Sigma 150-600mm


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