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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Baby fawn arrives at Rosepark farm

It’s not just lambs that start to appear at Spring, but the wonderful sight of a baby fawn greeted the staff of Rosepark farm this week.

The mother red deer found a comfortable and safe space in one of the farms shelters, looked on by the rest of the red deer family, to deliver the little bundle of joy.

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The farms says that they are: “hoping to have a few more born over the coming days/weeks”.

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Normally the family owned open farm would have been busy the past bank holiday weekend, but like many businesses, Rosepark has had to close its doors to the public.

BUT no doubt the family of deers will be firm favourites when we approach the Christmas period and they get ready for their ‘Santa’ duties.

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