Although not classed as a common pest in the UK, deer can still pose problems for landowners and farmers as they strive to protect their pro...
Deer are widely distributed, and hunted, with indigenous representatives in all continents except Antarctica and Australia. Deer can cause problems for landowners and farmers, in particular, but can also encroach on the private garden especially if situated near deciduous or coniferous woodland.
It is important that populations of deer are managed to ensure their welfare and protect them from starvation caused by overgrazing.
The six species of deer found in the UK form an important and valued element of British flora and fauna. From the famous Red Deer found on the hills of Scotland to the Fallow Deer of the lowland forests they are truly wild and hold an iconic status.
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