bugs_bunny
2021-07-16T22:38:53Z
Myself and @  Bullitt took a visit to Glendalough Valley, located in the Wicklow Mountains National Park. It's a great walk with scenic views for miles around! There are several paths around the mountainsides and through the valley where there are two large lakes. The mountains are home to goats, sheep and deer.

The deer were too far to identify, but according to the Wicklow Mountains National Park, most of the native Red deer in Wicklow now look like Sika, as they are hybrids from generations of breeding with the escaped Sika from the Powerscourt Estate, introduced in 1859.

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Bullitt
2021-07-18T09:00:40Z
Originally Posted by: bugs_bunny 

Myself and @  Bullitt took a visit to Glendalough Valley, located in the Wicklow Mountains National Park. It's a great walk with scenic views for miles around! There are several paths around the mountainsides and through the valley where there are two large lakes. The mountains are home to goats, sheep and deer.

The deer were too far to identify, but according to the Wicklow Mountains National Park, most of the native Red deer in Wicklow now look like Sika, as they are hybrids from generations of breeding with the escaped Sika from the Powerscourt Estate, introduced in 1859.

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Some day it was. My legs are feeling worse for wear today.

Great views. Here is a few pictures I took:

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