As part of my fantasy zoo Danish Nature Park, I would make a deer park aimed at being attractive to an elderly audience. The aim of the deer park would be not so much education as pleasing the growing body of Danish elderly with an exhibit qustom-made for their particular target group. To find out how to make just the perfect Danish zoo exhibit for seniors, I've followed a large Facebook group with Danish seniors exchanging pictures of their experiences in nature for about one year, collecting all the most popular (liked) photos. I've looked through thousands upon thousands of pictures until I finally felt I had a grasp on what an elderly Danish audience might adore. After analyzing the pictures I had collected, I knew quite a lot about what Danish seniors might love. Danish grannies (as a group; there were exceptions) lived up to almost every prejudice I had about them; they like beauty, niceness, cuteness and loveliness, they have a sort of ”the old days were much better” kind of thinking, and they even love flowers, deer, squirrels, songbirds, swans, beech forests and almost everything else I had expected them to love. They are one big exercise in Danish small-mindedness. My conclusion was that a small walk-through deer park would be the most pleasing exhibit for the Danish seniors. I would have a herd of fallow deer so tame the elderly and their grandchildren could practically hand-feed them, and perhaps a herd of highland cattle too. There would be several feeding stations for wild songbirds, especially Bohemian waxwings, Eurasian blue tits and European robins as I found these to be favourites of the seniors. The deer park would feature a beautiful lake containing wing-clipped mandarin ducks and a pair of mute swans, the lake being surrounded by a small, closed-canopy beech forest. Most of the small deer park, however, would be a bright and open woodland habitat: Grassy plains with oak trees. What do you think? Would all this fit together, and would it be walk-through friendly? I'm looking forward to hear your responses!