Rabbit droppings, separate.
Rabbit pellets have a slightly oval shape and a pointed end. The pellets are generally around 5 mm in diameter, but those of large adult males (bucks) can be up to 10 mm wide. Bucks can make large piles of droppings, called a buck-heap. Rabbit droppings tend to be dark brown to black in colour.
Photograph: Sonia Frimmel