Male fallow deer are called bucks, females are called does and the young ones are called fawns. Does do not have antlers, and this little guy has budding antlers, so that makes him a fawn or a young buck.
Adult males have palmate antlers, which means that they are flat plates rather than the tube-like horns of Red deer. This second photo makes it pretty clear what palmate means.
And look at the jackdaws perched on the buck. They must be picking ticks and other insects off the deer for it to be so calm and obliging about the free ride the birds are getting.
Cambridge University Botanic Garden is more than a garden. It also houses plant science departments. And in response to Deb, who asked what the buildings are that appeared incidentally in the post about the fox at the garden, here are the buildings and a key to what they are.
On this site (Photograph Works) the fonts display in the Admin panel more or less the same as they display in the front end.
But on another of my sites, (In The Apple Tree), the fonts in the back end are tiny. And the layout is all scrunched up.
I know that with some themes you can change the fonts using global styles. And with other themes you can use the Customiser. But those are methods to change the fonts in the front end. It doesn’t really explain why the fonts on my site look odd in the back end.
So I searched around, and this is what I found.
In the Admin panel click the three vertical dots at top right. A list will open up, and right at the bottom you will see ‘Preferences’. Click that and this panel will open up in the middle of your screen.
I have highlighted the section that reads ‘Make the editor look like your theme.’ In my case I unchecked it and now the fonts in the back end of In The Apple Tree are normal size and useable.