These pics are all Roe Deer. It would be great if people could add others.
Print in the sand showing 'direct register' the rear print is inlaid on the front print.
More fresh droppings but in a different form. The clumpy formation is because the deer has been eating softer foods - young leaf shoots and the like.
A Deer scrape - they like to sleep on bare ground so will rake up the leaf litter.
Closer inspection of the scrapes reveal some moulted hair. Deer hair is hollow and brittle.