I am an early riser, and when spring is in the air I go for a drive on top of Cadoxton mountain, and then take a casual stroll to see what is around. Much to my surprise, I found this leveret (baby hare ) on the road,
I thought sure he was dead, but when I knelt down to see if he was OK, I could see him breathing. He had gone to sleep, probably, so I picked him up and put him in the field where the parent hare was running around as “Mad as a March Hare” — I hid behind a hay bale hoping he would stop at the
point where I could take a photo. It was long wait as he went whizzing around the field. They are super runners. He was as big as a small dog, and then right on cue, he stopped right in front of me where I could get a decent image of him.
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