The Mountain Wildlife of the Gran Paradiso National Park – #FabulousOutdoors

Wildlife Documentary filmed at the Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso – Grand Paradis National Park – Fabulous Outdoor Photography
Footage of the wild animals living in the mountains, including mountain goats, alpine ibex, marmots, deer..

Alpine Ibex at sunset in the Gran Paradiso National Pak - Fabulous Outdoors

In the month of May, when the seasons are transitioning and the snow is slowly melting away, the mountains come alive. Some of these animals have been sleeping for most of the winter, like the marmots, and start foraging for food. The alpine ibex and the mountain goats begin to moult, which is why you'll often see them scratching their fur with their horns or rubbing against trees or rocks.

Visiting the Gran Paradiso National Park is a great opportunity not only to go for a beautiful mountain hike, but also for the amazing encounters with this lovely wild creatures.

A Marmot Peeping Out Of Its Hole in the Gran Paradiso National Park - Fabulous Outdoors

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Things to do in Surrey – A walk in Coombe Wood Gardens Park

Coombe Wood is a small woodland and garden area in the old village of Coombe, Upper Shirley, in the London Borough of Croydon near the junction of Coombe Lane and Conduit Lane. The Coombe Wood Gardens are divided into a series of rooms which together give an all year round display of shrubs and plants set against a backdrop of mature woodland.

The beautiful pond surrounded by flowers and vegetation
The beautiful pond surrounded by flowers and vegetation

Exploring the woodlands - Coombe Wook park
Exploring the woodlands – Coombe Wook park
We were really impressed by the size and the density of this woodland, a walk through the park with it’s undulating hills and steps, it’s quite a physical exercise.

Climbing the steep steps - Coombe Wood Park
Climbing the steep steps – Coombe Wood Park

Big kids playing in the tree - Coombe Wood Park
Big kids playing in the tree – Coombe Wood Park

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Immerse in vegetation – Coombe Wood Park

Walking paths and areas to sit on a bench - Coombe Wood Gardens
Walking paths and areas to sit on a bench – Coombe Wood Gardens
Coombe Wood Park is open until quite late in the day, so it’s possible to pay a visit on the way back from work.

Walking towards the sunset - Coombe Wood Park
Walking towards the sunset – Coombe Wood Park
We would have never expected to be so big and beautiful, very well maintained and delicious cakes, tea and coffe too. It’s really Worth a visit and ..we’ll be back!

See how to get there on google maps

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The stag red deer in the park @ #ParkHill in #Croydon #Surrey

A red deer stag has found his way to a recreational park, Park Hill in Croydon to the astonishment of the local community that were using the park. For obvious security reasons, the park has now been closed while they wait for advice in what to do with this beautiful creature.

Park Hill Croydon closed for red deer stag
Park Hill Croydon closed for red deer stag

 

The stag red deer in the park @ Park Hill in Croydon Surrey
The stag red deer in the park @ Park Hill in Croydon Surrey

I was able to capture this photograph only towards the evening from outside the park’s gate, when the deer decided to move in the middle of the field to have a lie down. We hope that they will find the best solution without hurting this beautiful animal.

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To find out more, read:

Stag on the loose.. Evening Standard

Update: Warning to public.. YourLocalGuardian

Stag on the loose.. Croydon Advertiser

A Beautiful Landscape Of The Surrey Countryside – Painshill Park

On one of my journeys to explore the Surrey countryside, I’ve found this beautiful place: Painshill Park

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I like to explore the British countryside, particularly the Surrey Hills and surrounding area.
Most of this is categorised as AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), and it’s beautiful indeed.
The British weather being so changeable makes every day a surprise, one moment it’s raining, then it’s sunny, and so on.
Therefore, the day of this particular landscape photograph, it was raining and I was on my way back home thinking that the weather wasn’t going to improve. All of a sudden, the wind picked up and the clouds started to dissipate, so I decided to go visit a beautiful place called Painshill Park.
I went for a long walk all over the park, and I came out with this shot, which I’m very pleased with, and which has made it to Surrey Life magazine.

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