Credit: Tony Bates
Dean Burman Waterwolf-Productions, images from the natural world.
Welsh Wildlife Breaks offer exclusive short guided wildlife-watching holidays with a difference, operating throughout the year in some of the richest wildlife areas of Wales, the Gwent Levels in south east Wales and the Talyllyn Lake in mid Wales.
Islay Natural History Trust
Tony Bates Photography - Photography galleries, including a fantastic hare gallery. Prints are available to purchase. Tony is offering a 10% donation to the HPT from any sales he make via the site being visited from the HPT, so please mention that you came via the HPT if ordering from him.
Mammal Research Unit, University of Bristol - Research on hares
Essex Wildlife Trust - Hare information
Irish hare, capture myopathy, leveret rearing
William Cowper - 18th century poet and hare carer
Martin Ridley - Hare paintings
Joannah May - Hare paintings
LACS - Anti-bloodsports
Lancs LACS - Anti-bloodsports
Huntwatch - Anti-bloodsports
Running Hare Art and Design
Carl Newman - Sculptor
Greyhound Action - Greyhound welfare issues, anti-hare coursing
Julia Manning - Artist and Illustrator
Ophrys Photography Hare Gallery
Mountain Hare pictures at the site of John Fielding - nature photographer
Sorby Natural History Society - Peak District hare information
Hare conservation and recording in Lancashire, Greater Manchester and North Merseyside.
Orphaned leveret rearing in Croatia.
National Anti-Snaring Campaign
Sean Hunter - animal and wildlife photography, with two galleries of hare pictures
The Stonewylde Book Series - strongly featuring hares.
Bronze sculptures, including hares
Luna Moon Hare
Claire Barker Paintings, hares and other animals
Cornwall Mammal Group
Bleasdale Cottages - self catering Holiday Accommodation in the Forest of Bowland A.O.N.B., with hares on the farm.
Glastonbury Goddess Temple
The League Against Cruel Sports' "Keep Cruelty History" campaign.
"The hare is a symbol of enlightenment, not only of the spirit but of the dawn, the dawn of the day and the dawn of the year which we call spring."
George Ewart Evans and David Thompson, from The Leaping Hare, 1972