Sometimes large mammals are just so much easier to film than small birds.
The sika deer at Arne have been particularly co-operative lately.
It was really funny to see all the "serious" photographers with their enormous camouflaged lenses peeping out of the foliage pretending to stalk these ludicrously tame animals!
Roe deer on the other hand are much more difficult to get close to.
That individual was filmed not far from Arne on Stoborough Heath.
I'm not sure it was entirely well as it just stood and stared at us for ages.
This next one on the other hand is clearly in the peak of condition.
It was filmed a couple of summers ago on one of the highest points in Dorset, Okeford Hill.
The only other deer I've managed to get on film have been the New Forest fallow deer.
These can be as tame as spaniels too but this video shows them behaving a bit more naturally.
And finally here are some more fallows at the Bolderwood feeding station, where you can get very close to them - if you can stand the flies!