Park in London is the second largest of the Royal Parks, covering 445 hectares
of flat land. It's home to quite an array of wildlife including Red and Fallow
Deer. There's also some great bird life.
The wealth of wildlife and plants make parks and gardens a
great summer attraction for lovers of flora and fauna.
- Why not try deer stalking in an ancient park, experiment
with moth trapping at home or even learn the art of falconry?
Park - Visitor Guide
Park Office, The Stockyard, Bushy Park, Hampton Court Road, Hampton, Middlesex.
map: ||Multimap of Bushy
and Fallow Deer. Woodland birds. |
kit:||Binoculars or scope. Camouflage
clothing for deer watching.|
Bushy Park is a beautiful
habitat with lots of different wildlife to see, but how often will you find deer
in the heart of a big city like London?
By car: Bushy Park is situated off Hampton Court Road, a few miles from Heathrow
Rail: Visitors travelling by rail should change at Waterloo
station and take the train for Teddington/Hampton Wick/Hampton Court. The park
is a five minute walk from these departure points.
Bus: Bushy Park
is served by the 111, 216 and 411 Kingston services.
year round; 5am - 10.30pm for pedestrians and 6.30am - dusk for vehicles (7pm
close in winter). September and November 8am opening.|
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