Safari Update – July 28th 2012

Weather very windy but with good visibility and a bright day.

With a short drive out of Exford we viewed a number of Red deer on Almsworth hill and hurdledown looking towards Alderman’s barrow.

As we were making out way over the hill we came across a cock pheasant with a lizard in his beak a sight that’s rarely caught, a delight to see something so easily missed.

As we drove onwards there were Roe deer near Webbers post and after the excessive rain Nutscale reservoir was a dramatic sight in full flood, and passed a nice heard of Exmoor ponies and foals coneycombe hill.

A very rewarding trip enjoyed by all,

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