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Doing the Eastern Cottontail Hop! (image heavy)

Posted by dakster z6 Cent.CT (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 6, 07 at 16:10

OK..so doing the "Bunny Hop" sounds much better..kinda blurry but I got these two "flirting"..fun scene to watch in the yard. I hope you enjoy the sequence!

DH said to me last night, "When dusk settles in it's like our yard turns into a Disney cartoon."

Oh..s/he's cute..
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I'd better get all gussied first...
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Hmm...
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YIPES! Hi there!!
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Hi yourself!
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And then they ate the clover..went through the sequence a few more times..and then it got too dark to watch anymore. To me, they are so much fun to watch.


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RE: Doing the Eastern Cottontail Hop! (image heavy)

That last photo is adorable! I've got rabbits as well, but I've never seen two at once.


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RE: Doing the Eastern Cottontail Hop! (image heavy)

Thanks!

Well if they keep a flirtin' I very well may be able to show you guys more than 2 at once.


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RE: Doing the Eastern Cottontail Hop! (image heavy)

Very cute Dak. Thanks for sharing.


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Ain't they crazy little critters?


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RE: Doing the Eastern Cottontail Hop! (image heavy)

So cute! I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who's happy to have rabbits in my yard, despite their munching habits. I only spot them once in a while (this being an urban yard), but last night I happened to glance out the window and saw one hopping down the sidewalk like it was going to the corner store or something.


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Love 'em!

lol...andrea,, they have such moxie... and these 2 actually have gotton used to me now..it's great. I sit on the deck and they groom, play, flirt, stretch..like I'm not even there..even refill the feeders- they don't care. They just go about their bunny-business. One of them has even LAID DOWN in the middle of the yard and closed it's eyes..almost fell asleep! I am sure once I plant my veggie garden I won't find them nearly as cute when they nibble on my sprouts, but all in all, they are a joy to watch.


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