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Bunnies
Topic Started: May 4 2009, 04:37 AM (488 Views)
Natureschild
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There's quite a few cottontails hopping around the yard. They come up to the gardens in front. I usually only see them alot in the spring and early summer. After that, I don't know where they go. I think they've been doing the mating dance....chasing around. I have one garden bunny, but they don't interact much. Sometimes he is out front when they are. They watch each other but don't get close.

With them, the guineas, and the wild birds, there's quite a bit of action in the yard lately.
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I have a lot. The dogs are fenced in the back and can't run around anymore. Had one to sit and watch me plant my garden. I check my cabbage plants to see how many they have eaten. None at this present time.
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