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Always an easy one being the only hare in Ireland. Good light, especially in the second photo, you can see the paler, richer colour of their coats.
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Hi Graham. The Brown Hare ( Lepus europaeus ) is present in Ireland. Several introductions were carried out (from Britain ) in the 19th century and there are established populations in counties Fermanagh, Donegal and Derry. Introductions to counties Cork and Waterford survived for a time but no specimens have been seen for a long time according to work carried out in 1994.
Thanks for the correction.
Lat/Lng: 53.6, -9.3
OS grid ref: S@1845