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You should keep them separately until the female has been spayed (and another 4-6 weeks after the surgery to allow her time to heal and hormones to die down).

I was told by rescues that male to female bonding is the easiest. However speaking from my own experience, it is more dependent on how their personalities fit (two dominant rabbits may not get along for example). I had a bonded pair of boys. Currently struggling to bond my boy to a bunny girl. The best way for you to see if a pairing would work is to take your current rabbit on bunny dates and let him pick his own partner.