Thursday, April 25, 2013

The Nibbler

A cottontail in my yard today!
 
 
A cute little bunny BUT, I am planting my veggie garden in May, so I'm going to have to block the entrance holes in the fence!
 


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44 comments:

  1. Oh he/she is so cute maybe you should just plant extra:) B

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  2. Run, Peter, Run! Don't let Mr. McGregor catch you.

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  3. Such a cute little bugger and such great shots, Karen!! Hopefully, you can tempt/block him from the garden as he's sure to bring friends with him the next time!! Have a lovely weekend!!

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  4. Wonderful shots! You'll definitely have to protect the garden.

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  5. So sweet! You got some great images of him. I love the one in the collage as he's hopping away. Enjoy him while you can. :)

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  6. Only one bunny? :) So cute -- I agree with B... perhaps you should plant a bunny garden.

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  7. Wish I had access to your windows/garden: it does offer you a lot of opportunities for some great shots - happy that you are sharing them with us :)

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  8. Hello nice rabbit, I love this sequence of photos!

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  9. You could be really nice, and plant
    a small garden just for the bunny.

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  10. oh how sweet, we never see bunnies here... too many predators I guess. I miss them, always loved them as a child when we lived in PA. Rescued quite a few back in the day... main predators were my cats:-(

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  11. Bunnies are so cute, you got some great shots of it

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  12. What a cutie pie, Karen. He looks so innocent. Guess you will need to block off those holes. I have not seen any around here in years...only scampering across the road. Precious post. genie

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  13. If he/she and their friends really want to get in they will. Unless you re-inforce the fence for some distance UNDER ground. Which I learnt the hard way in years gone by.
    They are cute though.

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  14. What a cutie....and where there's one, there are many!! Mine reproduce under my deck. You will have to protect your garden!!

    Have a great weekend!! Such good news that you will be planting a garden!!

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  15. What a cutie, those are great captures. Thank you for visiting pret-a-vivre.com :)

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  16. The bunny looks ready for the garden buffet!

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  17. Sweet bunny! Hope Merf never gets to meet him.

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  18. We have a lot of clover in our yard so send them my way...

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  19. Cute bunny, I am sure it would love a taste of your garden! Have a happy day!

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  20. Priceless photography ! Wow! What a gift ~ one of nature's loves ^_^

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  21. He is so cute. Maybe you can share with him. Some vegetables for him and some photos for you :-)

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  22. We have a number of resident bunnies so my hubby built me a wire cage that sits over top of the veggie garden. (it's long and narrow) The cage has also kept my dog from lying on the newly planted seeds. :-)

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  23. I think that two rabbits have taken up residence in our neighbours shrubs. I saw them out on the lawn the other night doing a little dance for each other. It was comical to watch. Valerie

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  24. Hello Karen
    Do you live in the countryside or is he a pet rabbit who has just got lost - looking for newer pastures as our teenage children do!

    Sweet as they are - in no time there will be a Flopsy, Mopsy, and Peter so you'd better get the fence fixed quickly!!
    LOVe your photos!!!
    Shane ♥

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  25. Lovely shots, We had a stray bunny in our garden a few years back, it seemed to like all my plants and we had to return it to its owner.

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  26. What a cute bunny. You got some great photos of it. We don't get bunnies in our yard but sometimes groundhogs which are a real nuisance as they dig holes. Pamela

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  27. They are so cute and such a pest. Great shots.

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  28. Cute bunny, but they can really wreak havoc on a vegetable garden. Reminds me of Peter Rabbit.

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  29. You got some wonderful photos of your bunny! We saw one in our yard tonight and I got ONE photo before it hopped away! They are fast!

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  30. Thank you for visiting us. These photos are lovely! Purrs!

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  31. These are great photos. We get one or two rabbits in our yard too, and I love watching them.

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  32. These pictures are an early morning smile bringer. Very cute shots!

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  33. They are sooooooo cute! I have one of my own.

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  34. We have bunnies around here and not being gardeners I love to see them. (If I were a gardener like you, I'd be thinking differently!)

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