There are normally a few Roe deer scattered across these particular meadows, year round and because of the number of footpaths in the area, they seem slightly easier to approach-still not the easiest subjects to get close to, but with these notoriously shy deer, any small decrease in there "circle of fear" improves your chance
The young Buck in these images still has some of its winter coat, even though it was the last days of May when they where taken
Its Obviously March again when images of hares start appearing, "mad March", little truth in that as they actually box and chase each other most months, its just more often in spring and more obvious with grass and crops being short
The images here where taken in Oxfordshire,not an easy place to get photos of these creatures as there numbers are very low and access to the land is difficult to acquire (problems in past years when illegal hare coursing was a problem), and maybe because of this numbers are kept low deliberately by keepers.
More hares over the weekend over in Suffolk , which holds a good population and doesn't seem to have had the problems on the same scale as other counties, so access to land is easier.