Easter Wildlife In The Garden

Hubby keeps telling me that we have bunnies in our garden, but when I rush to see them, they’ve already disappeared. Toady I did manage to spot a couple hopping around on the grass. let’s see if i can catch them with my camera.


Aha……success at last! I’ve never eaten rabbit, so I wonder if these would be tasty. Maybe I’ll give it a try.


I’m linking these to Jude’s March wildlife in the garden challenge. Let’s see if she falls for it.

Wishing you all a very happy Easter Sunday.


101 comments on “Easter Wildlife In The Garden

  1. I prefer tuna-eggs, but I know who likes these bunnies… πŸ˜€ Thanks for your Easter wishes, while we were gulped down by the introooders. Hope you had a wonderful time as well πŸ™‚ Double Pawkiss πŸ™‚ ❀

  2. LOL, those are awesome bunnies! I usually encounter a rabbit or two on my morning runs, but it’s too dark to attempt a picture! They sit really still until I get close and then they start to race me… and I tell them every time that it’s not a race – they are totally going to win! πŸ˜€

  3. Oh, you’re just too clever by half. I’ve been told we have some bunnies living under an abandoned car just down the street. Haven’t seen them either. Perhaps I could try your technique, but the people who live at the house might object. O_o

  4. Very cute! – Happy Easter to you. I was remembering today Easter Sundays at my grandparent’s home on Sea Island, Ga. today. My father would hide eggs all over the yard, in clever places like the bark of cabbage palms. There was a service at a very old church on St. Simons Is., and there must have been wonderful food, but I’m not sure I appreciated that as much. The weather was always lovely, and Spring migration would be in full sway. I’d go out to the beach early in the morning and try to identify sandpipers – all wonderful memories, and now I know it’s nothing like it was.

  5. Are you sure those are YOUR bunnies? I’m thinking they look rather wrapped up for such a southern location……maybe those are MY bunnies????

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