Nature,  Wildlife

Deer in Danish Winter

Most of the winters in Denmark isn’t powdered with white dunes of snow. Temperature wise they then to move en the area just above freezing, but whit a lot of rain and heavy clouds. The combination is rather damp and unpleasant, bu we have to live with and so does the animals around us – unless the are hibernating, but few are. So most just adapts. Here I spotted a few deer in the nearby Dyrehaven.

Sika deer at the feeding place
Female Sika deer
Female Reed deer
Sika deer
Red deer and a single female Danish White Red deer
In Dyrehaven trees are left to deteriorate when they are broken by wind, age, illness. Through this they can be home for a lot of insects and fungus

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