Deer oh deer, where are you…?
When you take your holiday in Fife you need to have your camera ready. A few days ago, one of Silverdyke Park’s holiday home owners spotted these graceful Roe deer grazing in the field that runs behind his new holiday home, and he was quick to capture some great photographs through his window.
The Roe deer is small and elegant, with a coat that is reddish in colour during summer and turns to grey in the winter. Roe deer are native to Britain and we frequently spot them grazing in the woodlands and fields of Fife. They tend to be more active during dawn and dusk. You can find out more about the Roe deer from the British Deer Society.
A fabulous location…
How fantastic would it be to glance out of your window while on your holiday in Fife and see these beautiful animals gazing back at you? One of the many great things about Silverdyke Park is its rural setting between the rocky coastline and Fife Coastal Path , and the green and gold fields surrounding the East Neuk of Fife. We are lucky to be located in such a peaceful place that attracts so much wildlife. As well as Roe deer, our holiday home owners and touring visitors share their holiday with an abundance of other wildlife such as rabbits, magpies, herons, blackbirds, oyster catchers, and curlews.
The Fife area is also home to a number of wildlife reserves that are within easy driving distance of Silverdyke Park.
Get in touch with us…
So if you are looking for holiday homes for sale in Fife, or checking out the caravan parks in Scotland, and you get a lot of enjoyment from watching wildlife in a natural habitat, make sure you come and see us at Silverdyke Caravan Park and experience the beautiful East Neuk and its abundant wildlife for yourselves. Get in touch with us on