A Cotswold Year - Charting the seasons in the South Cotswolds


Saturday, 21 May 2016

Roe Deer in the grass


In the springtime we often spot Roe deer in the long grass in this field during early morning, usually two but this morning three, a male and two females.
Roe deer usually live in woodland. They also venture into fields to graze young tender grass and apparently prefer "clean" grass, freshly washed by rain or in fields without livestock.
This field has been left to grow for silage by the farmer and the grass is now quite long making the deer better camouflaged.

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