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Always a favourite with visitors (and staff!) to Rothiemurchus is feeding the deer at our deer farm. It makes it even more exciting when the calves are there with there little white spotted coats running around the long grass with their mums.

Rothiemurchus staff also have to prepare and clean out the pens within the barn. When the weather turns for the worse during the autumn to winter months, these pens are used to help shelter the young calves from the elements. There they also get a constant supply of water and are fed daily by our team out on the ground.

 


The summer is host to an array of beautiful wonders; calves are born, butterflies are out in number and more often than not (we can only hope!) the sun is out. Lochan Mor, shown in the picture, is one of the most picturesque places on Rothiemurchus. A quiet spot (part of our quiet walk walking route) for people to come and enjoy the natural landscape peacefully.

The loch is not only host to a flutter of birds but it also produces these beautiful lillies. Given its position in amongst the forest producing calm conditions, the pond can often act just like a mirror. 

 
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