Nick Eady.

Nick Eady.

Posted on 06/03/2014


Photo taken on October 10, 2013


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f4
70-200mm
Nikon
Sepia
Stag
Richmond Park
D7100
Red deer


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Red Deer Stag

Red Deer Stag
Recognition. Our largest land-mammal. Summer coat is reddish brown to brown, winter coat is brown to grey. No spots present in adult coat. Large, highly branched antlers in the stag (male).

Adult size. Stags 90-190kg, 107-137cm at shoulder. Females (hinds) 63-120kg, up to 107-122cm at shoulder. Deer on the open hill in Scotland are smaller than those in lowland English woodland.

Antlers. Highly branched. The number of branches increases with age. Up to 16 points in native animals. The angle between the brow tine and the main beam is always more than 90?. This is important in distinguishing red deer from the related sika.

Philippe Rouzet, yokopakumayoko Francesco, Roger (Grisly), Mitch Seaver have particularly liked this photo


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Pam J
Pam J
He is stunning... would like to see the colour version as well ....
3 years ago.
Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Excellent!
3 years ago.
Roger (Grisly)
Roger (Grisly)
Wonderful photography Nick, He looks like he may have your number
3 years ago.
Nick Eady. has replied to Roger (Grisly)
Last time I used a Ghillie Suit, put the fear into me, had one behind me as well, not the place to be, in between two large males during the rut, lesson learned :-)
3 years ago.
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