This buck could be the offspring of the white stag killed in 2007
I was saddened by the loss of our white stag in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, in 2007 and I thought I would never have the opportunity to see and photograph one of these magnificent beasts in our forest again.
However, this was until Tuesday, 22 September, 2009, when I found and photographed a young pure white buck, probably around four years old which could well be the offspring of our fallen giant.
In Pictures: Fallow deer in the Forest of Dean
Although not native to Britain, the fallow deer have been present since the Normans introduced them to our forests during the 11th Century.