The Mountain Hare can still be found in the Scottish Highlands and Ireland. Sadly the latest research suggests that the last surviving population in England’s Peak District Uplands is at risk of extinction.
This species of hare is larger than rabbits but smaller, and with shorter ears, than it’s cousin the brown hare.
As the seasons change so does the colour of the mountain hare’s fur. In summer it has a grey brown coat, making them hard to spot against the moorland heather, while in winter, except for the black on their ears, their fur goes almost completely white.
- Painted in acrylic, graphite and liquid graphite on 640gsm Fabriano Artistico paper.
- A4 size 21cm x 29cm
- Signed by the artist
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