Powderham Castle fallow deer begin rut
The herd of fallow deer at Powderham Castle – well known to regular rail travellers between Plymouth and Exeter because they can be clearly seen from the train – have started the annual rut. Young fallow start breeding when they are about 18 months old and the mating season starts in late September, earlier than the red deer rut. Usually the fallow doe gives birth to a single fawn between late May and mid June. The bucks, like the magnificent specimen pictured, groan tremendously during the rut to signal their dominance and attract females. The best time to see the deer are at peak times of activity at dawn and dusk.
Free DT333 System Phone with all New NCP Panasonic Business...View details
Make Sure Your Business In Cornwall Chooses The Correct Business Telephone System At The Most Competitive Price.
Approved Panasonic Telecommunications Installer.
Terms: Terms: Please Quote This Genuine Offer When Booking An Appointment With Your Telecommunication Engineer. We Also Offer A Demonstration Of The Proposed System Please Ask For This Free Service
Contact: 01726 213808
Valid until: Monday, March 31 2014