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Red deer are a native species having migrated to Britain from Europe 11,000 years ago. They were used extensively by Mesolithic peoples as a source of food, skins, and tools (bones and antlers). However, the development of agriculture by the Neolithics cleared swathes of forest to make way for fields and this loss of forest encouraged the decline of red deer populations. Today, as their numbers increase or they struggle to find enough food in the uplands, they feed more and more frequently on the vulnerable shoots of young trees at lower elevations, conflicting with woodland management schemes. As a result their numbers now need to be managed carefully.

Photograph by James Roddie

About James Roddie

James is a multi award-winning professional photographer based in the Scottish Highlands. Hee is a regular contributor to some of the UK’s top outdoors magazines and specialises in mountain landscape photography in throughout the Highlands year-round.

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