Once you have visited the museum and viewed the diverse collections of preserved specimens, you can test your newly-acquired knowledge while walking around the park. Exploring the park you should see the deer and other wildlife active by day, although the museum is probably the best place to view examples of some of the park’s more shy, nocturnal or otherwise elusive wildlife, such as stoats, foxes and moles. After a visit to the museum, you might be surprised at what wildlife you can identify in the future.
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|I have always been passionate about wildlife, having spent my early years as a child growing up within a game reserve in Kenya where my father worked, surrounded by lions, elephants, black rhinos and many more of Africa’s iconic species. Returning to live in Cambridgeshire with my family, I Studied Animal Management at college and Marine Biology at Hull University, with the aim of embarking on a career involved in wildlife photography. This lead me to undertake a Master’s Degree in Biological Photography and Imaging at Nottingham University.
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