Richmond Park in London is the largest urban park in Europe. It's called a park, but it's more like a wildlife park. Here you can see all kinds of gentle herbivorous animals, such as elk, otter and so on, which are the most common animals here. The London subway is direct, very convenient, full of wild fun and worth visiting.
Richmond Park in London is a country park. It's quite large. There are a lot of forest grasslands and lakes. There are many wildlife. Elk is the biggest one here. They eat grass leisurely in the playground. They feel not afraid of people at all. The air here is quite fresh. It's really comfortable to run around the lake.
Richmond's deer take my soul away! The first time I saw a herd of deer in the wild. People look at each other quietly in the distance, looking curiously at each other as they pass by. More often they lie there to rest, or bow their heads to graze, and occasionally play with their partners. It's a very spiritual and free animal.
When London is surrounded by modern buildings, there are Richmond Parks where wildlife can live. Richmond Park watches deer carefully avoid deer dung and horse dung, and accidentally bumps into at least three couples. Shame as a group photo disturbs a little brother who thinks about life alone.
The first time I saw a herd of deer in the wild. People look at each other quietly in the distance, looking curiously at each other as they pass by. More often they lie there to rest, or bow their heads to graze, and occasionally play with their partners. It's a very spiritual and free animal.
Richmond Park is a site of both national and international importance for wildlife conservation. It is London's largest Site of Special Scientific Interest, a National Nature Reserve and a Special Area of Conservation.Richmond Park is a top UK site for ancient trees, particularly oaks, which have great historic and wildlife importance. The trees and associated decaying wood support nationally endangered species of fungi, as well as a remarkable range of nationally scarce invertebrates such as the cardinal click beetle and the stag beetle. Over one thousand species of beetle (more than one quarter of the British list) have been recorded in the park.This incredible environment has been created by centuries of grazing by herds of red and fallow deer.
Richmond Park, at almost 1000 hectares (2500 acres) is the largest of the nine Royal Parks in London. But that’s not all that is unique about it. What’s so unique about Richmond Park is the strong herd of 650 deer in it! The special thing about this herd of Deer is that, not only they are free-roaming, but they are also very tame! So much so that I could feed them off my hand Which I did last time I went there (apparently they like bread). You can see in this picture how close I was to them. I can tell you this, it was an overwhelming feeling sitting so close to them, especially when often they just standing there staring at you intently. You must visit this place for an unforgettable experience!