The New Forest National Park in Hampshire is one of the newest national parks in Great Britain. Relatively small in size, the New Forest is densely populated with towns such as Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst and Beaulieu contained within. However it is also home to a large array of wildlife and where common rights mean cows and ponies roam free. It is home to the only native venonmous snake in Great Britain, the Common Adder. In late summer the moorland comes alive with the purple colour of a number of heather species, while it is also a good spot to see Fallow Deer, a variety of butterflies and birds of prey.