Why deer on Sheffield’s Big Moor don’t keep the wolves at bay



Dusk, the outskirts of Sheffield. The unearthly bellow of a great beast echoes across the grasslands. Another roars in response, and another, as naturalists aim their telescopes and a BBC film crew edits their latest footage. It’s like the Serengeti, said one observer.
“Some people call Big Moor a wasteland,” said Danny Udall from the Eastern Moors Partnership, of the 12 square kilometres of moorland between Curbar and Holmesfield.
“But if you want to get away from it all and find a connection with something big and something wild, this is the place.”
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15 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
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