Roe Deer

Committed to Fostering the Lives of Others

The Roe Deer, which is acknowledged as the most common native deer, inhabit England, Scotland and parts of Wales. The males grow smaller antlers compared to the Red Deer with both males and females distinguishable by their elegant gallops. 

Contrary to the Red Deer, the Roe Deer has a smaller body with no tail and tend to form small groups during the winter months. which need to be maintained year after year. because 

Fact - A Roe Deer can reach speeds of up to 37 miles per hour. 

The woodland, grassland and heathland areas that Roe Deer inhabit are greatly important to out environment. They help lock in carbon and reduce rising carbon levels. If you'd like to get involved, take a look at our plans and pricing to see how you can make a difference.

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