A different area of the New Forest today gave a glimpse of both some Fallow Deer and some Red Deer. All females and youngsters.
Also, a few Redwing were about. The redwing is a common winter visitor and is the UK’s smallest true thrush. Its creamy strip above the eye and orange-red flank patches make it distinctive. Rare in summer with under 20 pairs but in the winter the influx of some 8.6 million birds!