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Thought to have been introduced during Roman times, the Brown hare Lepus europaeus is now naturalised in Britain. Brown hares inhabit open pasture grazing on mixed grasses and other plants. Mainly active at dawn and dusk, hares generally lie low during the day in shallow depressions called ‘forms’. Golden brown with pale undersides and with black tips to its long ears, the hare is well-camouflaged against the earth. When disturbed a hare can run up to 45 mph often in zig-zags with powerful hind legs.

Photograph by John Macfarlane

About John Macfarlane

John Macfarlane lives in Cumbria, with his wife Rosamund, another keen photographer. They are both patrons of Friends of the Lake District. His interests in photography include wildlife, travel, landscape, and subscape photography in the mountain becks, pots and falls of the Lake District and Scotland. He enjoys using images and video for visual story telling and lecturing.

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