Uploaded: May 14, 2016 00:15:25 | Entered: June 01, 2016 22:09:19


Diane M. Schuster June 02, 2016

A great family portrait! #1659598

alan laighleis June 03, 2016

yes there's about 400 of them in a public park. they were first introduces in the 1600s for hunting but the park then becam a public place and these are direct descendants of that first herd. The will often let you walk right up and feed them if you do it slowly. I've pout a few more up that I took recently #11481746

Teresa L. Brooks July 31, 2016

Beautiful, they are posing for you. #11500783

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