Sunday, May 1, 2011

Look who stopped by...

The other night we had a little visitor in our back yard. I went out to take a picture, and he didn't move.


As I got closer, he only moved a little.



As you can see he let me come quite near to him.


Then he decided enough was enough and he hopped away.
He was cute, but I must say that I'm not happy about what those bunnies do to our plants!

18 comments:

Aspiemom said...

Was that the Easter Bunny? Nice of you to FEED HIM!

sara said...

always cute to look at but they do do lots of damage you the garden!!!

Marsha Young said...

Well, you couldn't have a cuter "muncher" for a visitor. :)

le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Easter rabbit? Thanks for sharing these lovely photos :)

Connie said...

I know God's creatures need to eat but not in our flower gardens right?

RR Mama said...

Cute photos! You were one of the first people I thought of last night! God speed home to your son!

Pat said...

Seems we have a permenant resident bunny here, and boy does he love my garden lettuce. It seems I plant it just for his enjoyment! Last year we had to put a wire fence around the veggies!

Karin said...

We've got so many bunnies around here too - having a feast in the upcoming gardens! These rabbits also dart out in front of cars - taking great risks to cross the street!!

D said...

wow, that's one big rabbit! I bet he really could do some damage to your plants. The deer around here just love to eat my hosta.

Penny said...

Awww...what a beautiful little bunny!!!

Sharon said...

I agree they are so cute but do eat my plants.
We have so many running around but I enjoy watching them at play.
Thanks for sharing.

Betty said...

He´s a cute little fella´. We have wild bunnies here too, but they are much smaller.

Terri said...

he is cute - it's nice of you to leave some plants around for him to eat!

Brooke said...

i agree - i love wildlife, until they start eating my parents crops!

Andrew Bruins said...

Uh! Where was dad? Or is he getting soft? No need to worry though, I will be home in 3 weeks.

Connie said...

They are so cute! Until they start eating our plants.

I'm having trouble with my computer again. Now I can't publish my post into my blog. I'm taking the computer in on Wednesday.

Cherdecor said...

My guess is that she was guarding her little family that was nearby. You can look forward to more sweet little bun-buns very soon. =)

septembermom said...

Happy hopping!