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|The fallow deer and the boar are the most emblematic species of the Monte de El Pardo, which also accommodates large birds of prey such as the imperial eagle.|
The roe buck and the rabbit round off the fauna which take advantage of the fact that visits to a good deal of the pastured woods of this landscape are prohibited, making these beings chosen protagonists of a unique environment in the autonomous region of Madrid, a kind of lung which decontaminates and brings fresh air to the metropolis.
The palace of the Zarzuela, the official residence of the King and Queen of Spain, is located within the boundaries of El Pardo. Another royal palace, also called El Pardo, is situated within this area.
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- [2009-03-09 14:08]
Hi Ray , Welcome to TrekNature , this is a nice photo of these deer , the composition is good , and I like the nice warm tones , the out of focus deer feeing in the background makes for a nice touch. thanks for sharing
welcome ton TrekNature
you are starting with a very beautiful photo of the Deer,
fine POV, i love the warm colour tones of the image,
also love to see details on the softly blurred background,
and a beautiful glance of the deer, TFS