What a cutie. His cousins are eating my garden..little beasts..!Good thing it's Easter or I would be really mad..lol
How cute your bunny hopping around the Spring blossoms as mine freeze here among the ice and freezing temps!HOPPY Easter to you! :)NG
What a sweet photo! Our bunny hasn't visited us today, but we were sure to leave out a few carrots for him if he hopped by!
I love to see bunnies in the neighbors yard...not so much in my own garden!Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos.
Dear Sheila,I have photos of Miss Bunny being courted. Every year we seem to feed a few baby bunnies. I also had a large Red Tailed Hawk come into the back yard!I think he was hunting rabbits.The population stays in check. We have neighborhood cats.The rabbits do eat in the gardens. I like it better when they eat clover in the yard.I do get annoyed when they eat my tender seedlings!Sherry
Dear Naturegirl, I have frozen flowers! I have concern too as Spring was well on its way before a week of bitter cold. I have never seen the new leaves on all the trees frozen. The lilies were on their way as were the peonies. Now they are frozen and brown. It could be I have lost many plants. We will see.When your spring comes I hope it does not freeze on the vine.Sherry
Dear French Nest,I know your bunnies appreciate your carrots!I was pleased to see bunny on Easter. So fun!Sherry
Hi Sandi,I have most of the critters in my yard because some of the neighbors have chemicals sprayed on their grass to kill the weeds. It is very toxic for the birds and the creatures. I am thinking of using nets to cover the seedlings this year. Right now I am waiting for spring to return. Today I began learning how to record the birds. A new adventure for me. One of these days I just might have a sound recording to share.That will be fun!Sherry
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