Young funny wabbits ...... I see this part of the garden when I'm brewing up and could watch these wild bunnies for hours they are so funny.
sorry, not great pics as had to take these through double glazing !!
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In reply to gaynorsl:
gaynorsl said:They look as if they have white collars in Cheshire Hazy, very cute.
the young ones do seem to have a white collar whereas the adults do not; perhaps these are trendy little youngsters LOL
Kind regards, Ann
In reply to TJS:
Nice photos of the juvenile cuckoo Trevor.
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In reply to Gardenbirder:
Gardenbirder said:Your bunnies look very healthy (as well as very cute!)--no Myxo there!
A few years ago I encountered a poor rabbit with Myxomatosis at Marbury CP near Northwich and as we were three miles away from the car I carried it to the nearby rangers/VC office so it could pass away undisturbed by dogs. It's amazing how this virus is still in the gene pool all these years later and very sad when you see what suffering it causes and the wider impact it had not only on rabbits but animals that preyed upon them as food source. Hindsight is a wonderful thing and at least more is known about this disease now.
Hello all, I haven’t had as many youngsters this year in my garden as I normally would but I did get an okay photo or two
In reply to HAZY:
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