We then went on a two hour walk around the deer park with the head ranger whilst he explained what breed of deer we were seeing - they have nine different breeds in the park! There are over a thousand deer in the park, and they have a park in New Zealand as well to help maintain the species in the event of any disease ever striking the park over here.
It's mating season, so all the stags are being very noisy and trying to out bellow each other - the noise is amazing. They also do things to try and make themselves look bigger like digging their antlers into dirt and bushes to add volume to them, and rolling in mud to add mass to their bodies like the lovely looking chap above.
As we were finishing the walk it was getting towards dusk and the grass was covered with cobwebs which looked really mystical.
At the end of the walk we were given lovely soup and bread - a fabulous day and I would definitely recommend it to anyone that lives within driving distance of Woburn.
That's it, so look after each other and keep smiling.
Pamela & Ken
P.S: Atmospheric shot to finish.