Over the past week alone, we’ve admitted two tiny baby rabbits and six leverets (baby hares). Three of the leverets were so small that we think they must be only a day or two old because they were all found together – the the young normally disperse after a few days so that the whole litter is not lost in … continue reading ››
The first was William, a 3-week-old male who was rescued from Maryport on the Cumbrian coast. The next was Arthur, another 3-week-old male who arrived from Newbiggin-on-Sea, just north of Newcastle. Harry, a two-week-old male and still in his white coat was the last to arrive from Spurn Point.