The fallow deer is a medium-sized species of the family Cervidae. The males have large antlers, which they shed annually. Colouring varies from white to a dark grey that is almost black, although the most common colouring is reddish brown with white patches. They prefer to live in deciduous forests, which provide them with food. During the breeding period the males emit characteristic grunts and groans.
Our fallow deer live in the deer enclosure and share the forest and paths with our visitors.