Visitors will be fawning over new additions at a popular tourist attraction in Leeds.
The first fawn of the year was born at Lotherton Hall this week and the new arrival has already made himself at home in the hall’s deer park which is located in the grounds.
Visitors will be able to see the fawn with his family via a new path and hide which have been built to help wildlife fans spot the deer more easily.
Improved information is also available for youngsters to learn more about the deer and other wildlife on the estate, while new seating, a pond and a marsh for the frogs, toads and newts has also been installed.
Councillor Jack Dunn, Leeds City Council’s lead member for the environment said: “Lotherton Hall is a really fantastic place to visit.”