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You’ll need to provide them with a shaded area, temperatures in the sun are always hotter than the ambient air temperature. Rabbits are prone to heat exhaustion, and even if it’s only 27 degrees (80F) they could still suffer from not being able to escape the sun. If you are moving them between shaded and non-shaded areas in your yard throughout the day, they are better off having the larger non-shaded area in the early morning and late evening, and having the smaller area from later morning to mid-afternoon when they are naturally less active anyway.