Roe deer

Roe deer and hare

Where paths and roads are used, roe deer quickly become accustomed to humans.

The roe deer registers movements and has a well developed sense of smell and hearing. If you approach quietly and slowly, preferably against the wind, you can come quite close to the animals.

This is especially true if you keep perfectly still when the animal looks up, and only move when it returns to grazing.

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