The Rabbits & Hares of Britain

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The Rabbits & Hares of Britain

Discover the The Rabbits & Hares of Great Britain, with curated guides, articles and useful websites.
Rabbit, Brown Hare, Mountain Hare. (Lagomorpha).

Articles

Guide to rabbits and hares: what’s the difference, where to see and species history 
(Countryfile)

Hare or Rabbit?
(NW Brown Hare Project)

Wild Rabbit & Hare Fact Sheet
(St. Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital)

Lagomorpha
(Wikipedia)

Useful Websites

Hares and rabbits – Scottish Natural Heritage
Both the rabbit and brown hare were introduced to Britain. Scotlands native mountain hare…

Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)

Useful Websites

Rabbit – The Mammal Society
Information, identification and downloadable factsheets.

Rabbit – Young People’s Trust For the Environment
With Overview, Territory, Daily Life, Breeding, and Rabbits & Humans.

Rabbit – The Wildlife Trusts
Information and statistics about the European Rabbit.

Brown Hare (Lepus europaeus)

Useful Websites

The Hare Preservation Trust
Working for the preservation and welfare of the hare.

Brown Hare – The Mammal Society
Information, identification and downloadable factsheets.

Hare (Brown) – Young People’s Trust For the Environment
With sections including Overview, Habits, Hares & Humans.

Brown Hare – The Wildlife Trusts
Lots of information and how to adopt a Brown Hare.

Hares – League Against Cruel Sports
Lots of information including of course their campaign for the welfare of Hares.

Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus)

Articles

Useful Websites

Mountain Hare – The Mammal Society
Information, identification and downloadable factsheets.

Mountain Hares – The Wildlife Trusts
Information about the Mountain hare, scientific name: Lepus timidus.

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