Roe deer

Roe deer and hare

In winter roe deer gather in small groups known as bevies.

The animals keep to the open countryside where it is easy for them to see any predators.

They also use hedges along Fodsporet, both as protection from the wind and for their favourite buds and shoots on trees and bushes.

Roe deer tend to use the same routes when they move around the countryside.

These well-frequented tracks often follow hedges as along Fodsporet.

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