Category Archives: Today’s Safari

Today’s Safari – Wednesday 6th February

It was a blustery morning but dry over head not quite so dry underfoot as the ground is still saturated from lots of rain and deep snow. It was a nice morning with good visibility and a few clouds in

Today’s Safari 2nd February

After weeks of adverse weather from dramatic floods to deep snow it was great to get out on a morning safari in early February with a bright clear blue sky and crisp day ahead. The moor did not disappoint with

Safari Update on June 26th 2012

I had been looking forward to driving the Safari on Sunday Morning. It had rained heavily overnight, and as I negotiated the resulting debris on my road to Exford the sky was clearing. Where would I find the deer today?

Latest Update

Weather very sunny A bright sunny start to the day looks like its going to be a hot one! With a clear blue sky and a varying display of birds with buzzards souring high and what looked like red kites

Today’s Safari – May 16th 2012

Varying weather The last three safaris have been fantastic, on each outing we have viewed in excess 100 deer in several herd over the moor. We have seen a number of very relaxed Exmoor pony mare with new born foals

Today’s Safari

Weather: Bright spring morning A lovely clear day with sightings of the first cuckoo of the spring. Three new born Exmoor Pony foals enjoying a sunny day and lots of highland cows and a newborn calf. A good show of

Exmoor Safari Wildlife Update

Weather: Cloudy Visibility: Good Heading up the hill over the cattle grid to Aldermans Barrow was a heard of 70 deer then making our way to Hurdle Down 1st Foal was spotted at Chetsford Water that makes its way to