Sunday, October 26, 2008

Still Speaking of Wildlife

What is that, hiding in the shadow?

It's one of the many rabbits in our area, looking up to see what I'm doing.

It is going back to eating, not minding that I just walked around to the other side of the yard to get the side of it that does not have the sun shining on it.  After one too many steps closer to it, it did scamper off.  I wonder what it was eating in the grass?  I'll have to go out and look. 


  1. I've heard it said that bunnies will eat anything that their cute little noses bump into! Watch your flowers! Cameron

  2. Nice pictures. I was growing lettuce in a container on my back deck this past summer. It was coming in nicely. Too nicely, I guess because something got up on my deck and ate it clean down, all of it. I blamed it on a rabbit, with visions of Thumper in my head, and didn't get too mad. Of course I guess it could have been something else.

  3. For some reason, I don't see where rabbits have eaten my flowers. I can tell by the jagged teeth marks that they like lettuce a lot. They eat my peas all the way down, but not the lettuce. Maybe that's because I plant so much of it.

  4. What a cutie. My kitty is outside at night so the bunnies don't come into the gardens. They would rather not meet Toby face to face.

  5. We have cats that roam the neighborhood, too. This was in the middle of the day. The main cat that used to hunt in my gardens has moved, after living across the street all its 8 to 10 years. I remember trying to get its owners to make it drop the baby bird it had in its mouth one time, and they thought I was nuts, because that's what cats do.


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