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Surprise visit (pic)

Posted by garnet69 6b S. Ont. (My Page) on
Mon, May 12, 08 at 23:11

Just thought I'd post this pic of this little guy who wandered by yesterday while out for a stroll. So nice to see one looking so healthy. He even caught himself a little snack (in his mouth). We're hoping his appearance means the rabbits will be fewer this year. Don't mind if the rabbits nibble a little here and there but the last two years they destroyed countless shrubs over the winter.

Anyway, just thought I'd share.


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Ooops, sorry forgot the pic.

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Hi

Nice pic. Do you know if this guy is for hire, we have a massive rabbit problem here ;-)

Cheers,
MG

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Beautiful photo! He sure is a wonderful creature. We have them here in NS too and just saw one the other day when coming home.


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I wouldn't mind renting him for a few days to take care of my squirrels!

We had a surprise visit too, but no photo because we weren't fast enough. We had a groundhog hopping around next door - he even hopped up their back stairs onto the balcony. This is especially odd when you consider that we live smack dab in the middle of downtown Montreal - concrete jungle and all!

BP


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I'd like to borrow him too to tackle a rabbit problem. Found one little bugger going through my yard, probably is the same culprit who ate up my small apple tree.


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Love the photo as well

We have something has dug a hole along side the front of my house, while I was away in Florida Have set a trap out in front near the spot but nothing in it so far this entire week

Thinking it is a skink and then not sure what to do with it if I catch same


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He's beautiful! What a good picture too! I'm hoping the hole in the hill in the field next door is a fox hole.


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