Wednesday, 19 March 2014

MAD MARCH HARES

ANOTHER MORNING WITH THE HARES AND THIS TIME NO FOG. 
IT TOOK OVER AN HOUR TO GET MYSELF INTO POSITION, 
SLOWLY CRAWLING ACROSS THE FIELD.
 I KNEW THAT ARMY TRAINING WOULD COME IN HANDY.
AT ONE POINT THERE WERE FOURTEEN HARES, THE MALES CHASING 
THE FEMALES AND GETTING THEIR EARS BOXED. 
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15 comments:

  1. geweldige foto serie van die Haasen.
    groetjes Herman.

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  2. Great show!
    You have to do same effort but It's worth it !

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  3. Brilliant shots you have taken.

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  4. Good shots John well worth the effort

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  5. ze zijn in ieder geval niet alleen.

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  6. Great shots John, we'll worth the effort.

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  7. I'm suffering from great pangs of jealousy, superb images John, I love the early morning shot with the mist in the background posted previously.
    Sam

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  8. Wow! Superb shots! Spring is coming~

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  9. I've never seen Hares behaving like this. There are quite a few in these parts, and your wonderful images, John, might well tempt me to get out of bed a bit earlier one morning soon and try and catch them at it! Thank you.

    Just catching with people's posts. Sorry to have missed this one until now.

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  10. Great animals - never seen that many in one place. Splendid pictures.

    Saw that Yarner Wood was mentioned in your profile - very fond memories of that neck of the woods in my early 20's - Pied Flycatchers and such like.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  11. Hares jumping for joy.. awesome captures, John.

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  12. Thank you for all your comments,much appreciated.
    John and Sue

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