Just hopping by this Wildlife Wednesday to say howdy and to post a photo of our resident garden bunnies. So far, spinach is the only thing they’ve eaten in the garden.
I read that rabbits like to eat chard, but for some reason they haven’t eaten any of our chard.
I suppose since these rabbits are wild, they didn’t get the memo on their preferred foods, or it just occurred to me, that they’re saving the chard for their babies. I can see where that they’ve been pulling their fur & that means there’s a nest somewhere snugly & warm built for a litter of kits.
I think these rather well defined bunny tracks between a couple of my squash plants are a bit odd. I can’t figure out what was going on here for them to be in such an odd configuration. 😀
I love the pictures. I saw one while out biking this week. What fun!
It’s fun to see wildlife. It always feels like a gift to me.
Awesome on the biking. That’s a wonderful way to exercise and enjoy MotherNature at the same time. 🙂
You can be they’re going to be eating something!!! They’re so cute, it’s hard to be mad at them though.
I agree Dianna.
We enjoy the bunnies and are fortunate that we don’t mind sharing our garden buffet with them. 🙂
And, of course, that should have been: “You can BET”!
lol that was my guess.
Gotta love them typos. 🙂
So, your resident bunnies are having babies – they will all be running amuck in your garden soon!
Those tracks do look a bit weird; when you solve the mystery, let us know!
You’re right-on. I hope I can get a few photos of them. I do enjoy the bunnies.
I doubt I figure the tracks out, there’s no telling what them rascally rabbits were up too. lol
Cute! That must be the bunny version of crop circles.
I think you may be on to something there. 😉