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A year in the life of Richmond Park: Photographer captures London’s secret wildlife

Richmond Park - the largest Royal Park in London; famous for red and fallow deer; features the Isabella Plantation, several notable buildings, and a protected view of St. Paul's Cathedral

from Thrifty Outdoors Man

17 Basic Wilderness Survival Skills Everyone Should Know

wapiti3: Grey Ghost by Etienne Oosthuizen  Often called Africa’s grey ghost, the Greater Kudu is remarkable in its abilities to disappear, they are able to filter back into the surround bush and thickets, as silently as they appeared. I have tried to capture a photograph of a this particular bull, who was in its prime.

Best Viewed Large ! The ruins of Crackpot Hall lie about a mile east of Keld on the northern slope of the dale. There may have been a building on this site since the 1500s when a hunting lodge was maintained for Thomas, the first Baron Wharton, who visited the Dale occasionally to shoot the red deer. Survey work by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority has shown that the building has changed many times over the years. At one time it even had a heather or "ling" thatched roof. My…

King William II, son of William the Conqueror was killed by an arrow while hunting in the New Forest, Hampshire, after allegedly being mistaken for a deer on this day 2nd August 1100