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deer of Great Britain and Ireland

G. Kenneth Whitehead

deer of Great Britain and Ireland

an account of their history, status and distribution

by G. Kenneth Whitehead

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Published by Routledge & Kegan Paul in London .
Written in English


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Statementby G. Kenneth Whitehead.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv,599p. :
Number of Pages599
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Open LibraryOL15983199M


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There are six types of deer living wild in Great Britain: the Scottish red deer, roe deer, fallow deer, sika deer, Reeves's muntjac, and the Chinese water deer.

Of those, Scottish red and roe deer are native and have lived in the isles throughout the deer have been reintroduced twice, by the Romans and the Normans, after dying out in the last ice age. Title: deer great britain ireland. etc. - on which the red deer is pursued with a rifle." In this book, Kenneth Whitehead "has covered all these properties, not only in Scotland, but also in England and Ireland, and he has compiled a body of information that is of vital interest to everyone interested in stalking." "In addition to providing.

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Contents. The New Forest and its Deer. The Deer Stalking Grounds of Great Britain and Ireland. by G. Kenneth Whitehead. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Moreover, the recognized deer forests of Scotland, coverng some two and three-quarter million acres, number less than whereas there are several hundred other properties-sheep ground, grouse moor, etc-on which the red deer is pursued with a rifle.

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