Daffodils, Foxgloves And Roe Deer

Another day and another nature walk. It seems that while the snowdrops are still in full flower the daffodils are starting to come into bloom which always brings a smile to my face.

The foxgloves in my local wood are growing well though there is no sign of any flowering spikes yet – just too soon in the season I assume.

But the most interesting thing I spotted today was a group of three roe deer. What looked like a male and two females were nonchalantly nibbling on grass in a horse field a matter of metres away from a major road.

While the deer were some distance away from me (apoligies for the low quality of the photos as a result) I was amazed how unfazed they were by the lorries and cars whizzing by. You can clearly see how close a bus was in one of the photos but they carried on without a care in the world.

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