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Sis sent me this today 

She walks her dog the same route every day around about the same time everyday (weather permitting)

And has for the last 3 yrs she walks along the path between the sea and some houses in between is a grassed scrub area today she was met by around about 6-8 bunnies most of which fled into the brambles but these 3 stayed put 

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Black rabbits very common.  I saw a pure white one last year , wild not released.

 

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31 minutes ago, FOXHUNTER1 said:

Black rabbits very common.  I saw a pure white one last year , wild not released.

 

As above used to shoot on a small permission when I was a kid where there were a few white ones. Caught a few black ones in the nets makes you think twice. 

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1 hour ago, FOXHUNTER1 said:

Black rabbits very common

Yea I've shot a couple in past 2-3 yrs on the dairy farm I shoot on I was in the train of thought that because it's close to quite a few houses that someone had released one or two .

Sis says that one of them that ran into cover was a light brown/white one 

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On 15/07/2020 at 18:23, FOXHUNTER1 said:

Had rabbits in all colours,  black , ginger, silver ,white patches etc...

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Is that why you’re banned from the pet shop Mark😂

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My understanding is they breed with coloured rabbits but after one generation they produce wild coloured offspring 

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On 18/07/2020 at 10:03, Rimfireboy said:

Is that why you’re banned from the pet shop Mark😂

Back to the pet shop yesterday 🤣

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