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Pictures of the spring hare.


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Game Warden

Okay, so it's not a hare and it's not a rabbit, but it's pretty close to an Easter bunny lookalike. Let's see you spring hare photos...

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twaffle

Nice idea, but I have nothing worth sharing sadly! ;)

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Wild Dogger

Unfortunately a little late.

The hare was jumping in a hole.

 

 

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This spring hare was dashing back to its hole and I only had time to take one picture.

Tubu Tree Camp, Botswana. June 2011

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Game Warden

Hurray! Great photo, thanks for uploading, and reviving this poor spring hare thread. Matt.

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Game Warden

I saw a lot of Spring Hares whilst in Zim but no photos: have you got any pics to share?

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Game Warden

How about refreshing this topic with some new spring hare photos? What have you got on your hard drives to upload and share with us?

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Peter Connan

Eish. No springhares here.

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Tom Kellie

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Porini Lion Night Drive Spring Hare



Photographed on 5 February, 2016 at 9:44 pm in Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Masai Mara, Kenya, with an EOS 1D X camera and a Zeiss Apo-Sonnar T* 135mm f/2 ZE telephoto lens.


ISO 25,600, f/2, 1/1000 sec., 135mm focal length, manual focus, handheld Manual exposure.


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~ As I'd never been on a night game drive before, after dinner we went out on a star-lit evening. The amount of game spotted exceeded my expectations, including a genet and an aardwolf.


It never had occurred to me that I'd ever see a spring hare, so I was startled when two jumped past us. As I almost never see rare species, it was a pleasure to photograph this spring hare.

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