There are still a few hares in the meadows where I live in Derbyshire, but, they are very shy and rarely seen.
Havergate Island in Suffolk is a great place to observe hares but it is more famous for being the place where avocets returned to breed in England in the 1940s, after an absence of 200 years.
There are no hare predators on the island, so they prosper well. As it is an RSPB nature reserve, they don't suffer undue pressure from people. They can be seen easily and display much of their behaviour in open spaces.
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