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    Default Guess the tall grass under my back yard basket makes for a good home

    Today i had to weed wack my yard & this is what i found









    Hope with no coverage they don't die.
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    Looks like good eatin'
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    Put some coverage on them, or else a hawk will come devour those little guys.

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    ...and the sun will roast them.
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    They have been covered up very well & a fence to keep my beagle away. They will be safe. As for hawks we got a bunch that fly over our yard lol that would be sad to see happen
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    You may want to watch and make sure momma rabbit comes back too. After disturbing her nest she might be afraid to come back.
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    Trust me i am. Wifes got bottle ready if she need to nurse them
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    I've had hawks swoop on me and my cat! It was freaky seeing a bird attacking *me*! Before that, I captured on video the takedown and eating of a Mourning Dove by that same hawk (or a relative...). Crazy.

    Good luck to the bunnies. Can't stand 'em (eat my garden) but you have to root for babies to make it...
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    I discovered a burrow while cutting the grass. Little guys ran straight for the mower when I got close. I shut it off and raised it off of the ground in time. Afterwards I did some research because we were worried. Best thing is to leave them alone and keep pets away.

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    UPDATE on this. all 3 lived & hopped out of the rabbit hole & are now out & about on their own

    Just in time to get in some practice for the Brandenburg open tomorrow
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