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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by jerry, May 1, 2012.
Look what we found in the back yard today
You have no idea what I was thinking when I opened this. lol. Wild bunnies are the best.
Bunny slipped out of her cage again, did she?
If they have a mini-cam & mic strapped to them, they are part of Bunny Wabbit's spy network. Of course, it's doubtful you'll see these; she trains them in covert recon really well.
A Wabbit Nest!
What's the difference between a rabbit and a hare?
I bet that bunny has been doing the wild thing in your yard and soon you will have more.
I haven't got the garden in yet, hope I don't have to buy fence.
Never mind. Rabbits and Hares. No more confusion.
I was waiting for the punch line, thought you were telling a joke, LOL
A baby cottontail is about 1½" at birth. They grow one inch per week. When they are four inches, they are big enough to be on their own.
Get some alphalfa. They love that stuff and will eat it before anything else. Plus it fattens them up, it's good for them in the winter when there isn't much food.
It's hard to comb a rabbit.
Plenty of that. Will have to talk to daughters horse.
Maybe that little guy drew the short straw and was sent out on garden recon patrol to gather intel...
Really? We have wild rabbits in our neighborhood, nearly every yard has a resident bunny or two. Drives our Beagles nuts when I take 'em for walks. I've often wondered what I could put out there for them to eat, I'll have to remember that. We currently have a baby one about 6-7" that eats the seeds under the bird feeders.
Rabbits love Dandelion leaves. Used to feed pet ones on oatmeal and tea
leaves they love it.
Have plenty of dandelions for sure, LOL. Mabe that's why they set up base camp here.
That's what I used to pick when I had some about 2 weeks and older. They inhale that stuff. You should see a litter of them when they get grass for the first time. Like a little bunch of hairy bumble bees swarming.
There used to be a rabbit "problem" in the house I currently live in. They had set up camp out back in the wood pile. My dog however has long since chased them off. Makes my neighbor happy as his garden is now not being gobbled up by an unstoppable hoard of unde... I mean rabbits.