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War with Bunnies!

Posted by b2alicia Zone5CO (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 10, 10 at 13:28

I tried all kinds of remedies to get the bunnies to stop living under my deck. Nothing worked until the chicken wire!

Here is a link that might be useful: Bunny Condo

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RE: War with Bunnies!

I saw a small bunny in my garden yesterday! It must be too early for a baby off by herself so it must have just been a small doe. That means a litter of bunnies in my garden!!


It's the neighbor's raspberry/grape jungle that has made this possible!!

I did come across what might have been an owl feather. There's hope!

Look, I'm about ready to pick up the gun . . .


RE: War with Bunnies!

The momma bunny only had 2 or 3 babies this time. I waited about another 10 days before I locked them out of the gate to the back yard. I didn't want them too small to survive away from the nursery!

So maybe you only have a couple.


RE: War with Bunnies!

  • Posted by jnfr z5b CO (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 11, 10 at 21:20

I had one in my yard this year. I've never seen one in my yard before. They are all over around here, but we have a very busy street around the back so they don't usually come in. I chased it out the fence and towards the side of the neighborhood that leads to open space. It hasn't been back, thank goodness.

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