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WIKIPEDIA: Dunham Park covers an area of 192.7 acres (78.0 ha) and is part of the Dunham Park Estate, run by the National Trust (grid reference SJ740870). The park is mostly "pasture-woodland or park-woodland" and has been since the Middle Ages. Many of the oak trees, which make up the larger part of the woodland, date back to the 17th century. Dunham Park is the only place in the northwest of England with such a concentration of old trees, and one of only a few remaining in England, making it a site of national importance. The park supports a range of animals, including fallow deer.
As it was the rutting season, there was a distrust between the 2 stags controlling their herds

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