After watching more televised proof that our president is a fraud and a coward with no ability to lead the country through the pandemic, I found some good news at the end of our driveway where a wild rabbit, probably a few months old was chewing away at some runaway plants I’d been meaning toContinue reading “Good News at the End of the Driveway”
Our outside Covid-19 life is confined to dog walks, a once-per week foray for groceries(dog food included) and feeding wild rabbits each day in our front yard. There are at least three rabbits feasting on Kenilworth ivy that we leave on an oak stump. The rabbit in the photo is the least camera shy–took thisContinue reading “New Routine”
Yesterday afternoon I was able to take a photo of a wild rabbit living in our front yard. This little guy blends in with the surroundings as he waits patiently for a handful of kenilworth ivy that will be placed on an oak tree stump. We’ve been feeding rabbits ivy for the past two years.
In June of this year I started taking photos of wild rabbits living in our front yard. They loved eating Kenilworth ivy which we pulled from our backyard and placed on an oak stump. One day the rabbits shared the stump with a quail family that came by for a visit. Peace,
For the last eight months we’ve only taken a photo of one wild rabbit at a time in our front yard. But yesterday Anne captured two digitally–looks like a family photo to me. We leave Kenilworth ivy on an oak stump along with barley and hay. Ivy is the favorite. The rabbits hide in theContinue reading “Wild Rabbit Family”