Phillip loves the plants of the wild undergrowth and likes to explore the small paths left by the voles and rabbits. He loves the dandelion fluff flying in the wind and if he sees some floating in the air he dashes off to chase them, though never straying too far from the undergrowth.
Usually at the end of the day when he makes his way home he is covered in the dandelion fluff and little burrs and what-nots clinging to him. His mama spends ages tutting and picking it all off.
Avka is one of the whitest baby hares ever born and his mama has told him to take care during the day lest he be spotted by someone hungry. Avka is not afraid and he has been practicing his leaping and bounding. He can now jump as high and as far as an adult hare and they are all very impressed and surprised because Avka isn’t at all leggy. Avka is now training his night vision abilities so that he may do more excursions after sunset. He has been growing some herbs and plants that will improve his eyesight as long as none of the younger babies nibble them first.
Augustine just loves to nibble on sunflower petals and most of the sunflowers in her field are just huge black circles on the end of stalks. Augustine knows that the bullfinches and other birds will come to eat the seeds in winter so she makes sure that the plant will survive until them. She is very dexterous and has learnt to shimmy up the tall stalk and deftly snip each petal off. Some of the other baby hares have heard how good the petals taste and she snips off extra ones for those waiting below.