At Knole Park, National Trust in Sevenoaks in Kent, you'd be unlucky if you spent an hour there and didn't spot lots of deer. At the last count, they number around 350 with a mixture of fallow deer (the bambi-like ones!) and wild sika deer (the little chocolate brown ones with short antlers). They are quite used to humans and whilst being very careful, it's possible to get relatively close to them and get a picture or two.
For more information on how to make your deer encounters at Knole as safe as possible, do visit their website: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/knole/features/wild-deer-herd-at-knole
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