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lepus europaeus

  1. Eye To Eye With Hare.jpg

    Eye To Eye With Hare.jpg

    European hare
  2. Brown Hare trying not to be seen!

    Brown Hare trying not to be seen!

    Soaking up a few rays in a wild meadow landscape.
  3. Where did you come from?

    Where did you come from?

    Brown Hare with a look of surprise on its face! Managed to keep hidden from it as it approached, and got a couple of shots off. It looks like its been in a fight at some time, notice the damage to the ear.
  4. Brown Hare

    Brown Hare

    One of a pair of Brown Hares enjoying the early morning sun before hiding away for the day.
  5. Brown Hare

    Brown Hare

    An evening out looking for hares and this was all I got to see of one:-(
  6. Hares

    Hares

    Having a rest from playing Chase the Lady!
  7. Brown Hare

    Brown Hare

  8. Big Ears....

    Big Ears....

    and eyes
  9. Hares...

    Hares...

    ... getting Jiggy!
  10. Brown Hare

    Brown Hare

    Running at a gentle lope, the Hares on Havergate seem fairly tame compared with their farmland cousins on the mainland
  11. Brown Hare

    Brown Hare

  12. Brown Hare

    Brown Hare

  13. Hare Line

    Hare Line

    http://www.tomcharlesphotography.co.uk/mammals
  14. Hare today, gone tomorrow

    Hare today, gone tomorrow

    The deep furrows in the field allowed Hares to move around unnoticed, the art was getting to a spot where they had to appear, got it right this time
  15. One giant leap for Hare kind

    One giant leap for Hare kind

    On a very bright sunrise, watched over 10 Hares cavort around this field, lots of chasing but no boxing
  16. Peek-a-boo

    Peek-a-boo

    I see you, this Hare used the deep furrows to run along unseen, although when he did run at right angles to the furrows it was an odd stride
  17. Early Morning Hare

    Early Morning Hare

    http://www.tomcharlesphotography.co.uk/
  18. "My Way"

    "My Way"

  19. Brown Hare

    Brown Hare

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