Wollaton Park: Part (2)

Some more spots from my visit yesterday.

Much of the lake was carpeted with these lovely water lilies. I wonder if the pair of coot chose this nesting spot for the view.

Most of the grey herons have left the heronry housed in this weeping willow tree but a few nests are still occupied.

These mute swan cygnets are taking on more of an adult shape.

There are notices at all of the park entrances warning the public not to approach the deer as it is time for the fawns to be born. Here is a red deer hind eyeing me from the golf course and a fallow deer browsing in the undergrowth.

Finally, and just for fun, can you tell what wildlife this road sign I saw on a holiday in Scandinavia is warning of?

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