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Cloncaw's Journal

Cloncaw's Journal

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Is It Bunny Tails or a Hare Moment?

10 February 2011 11:09:55
Is it Bunny Tails or a Hare Moment?

Is it Bunny Tails or a Hare Moment?

Very mist morning here today but sun is now breaking through caught this photo of a visitor to the garden question is a rabbit or a hare. Larger than the bunnies here but what made it so odd was it's two tone colour nearly impossible to see it's tail. Have put up an album of it as it high tailed off round the pond. Water level on the pond down by about 6 inches even though it rained again last night, no garden time at the moment as we're doing a major spring clean at the stables and indoor including powerwashing walls etc. amazing how much better it looks hope it'll be finished today. On the seed front some of the Munstead lavender sowed on the 2nd now just starting to show, unbelieveably  the Marigold Crackerjack and Red Sun sunflowers sowed on Monday are up so have taken the lid off the propagator. In the tunnel plants are flying along so with luck the weather will stay dry and mild so as I can garden at the weekend.


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LindaB LindaB 10 February 2011 11:11:47

Looks like a hairy moment to me!


unagrant unagrant 10 February 2011 12:35:29

His a big old hair.  Your having a great start with your seeds.  I've done Munstead myself so hope they will do well as well.


kitty kitty 10 February 2011 16:46:09

it could be a hare, it is hard to see for sure because it is the same colour as our rabbit chancer. tomorrow i will do some seeds, havent got around to filling the trays, that is tomorrow mornings work, then i can sow away to my hearts content in the comfort of the kitchen table.


fran m fran m 10 February 2011 19:12:10

The body, back legs and ears would be longer if it was a hare, I would go with a Rabbit.


MartinB MartinB 10 February 2011 19:44:45

Looks like he is keeping a low profile too


Cloncaw Cloncaw 10 February 2011 23:28:18

My inital thought was it was a cross bred bunny but thinking about it afterwards it seemed too big and moved faster than a bunny it didn't hop. Wonder will it appear again to get another look at it.

 


kitty kitty 12 February 2011 23:37:52

some bunnies hop and some crawl just like our bunny chancer


Lìga Lìga 13 February 2011 00:14:28

Good shot,,,all around wildlife:)


greenway greenway 20 February 2011 23:48:21

brill to have so much wildlife in your garden even if they damage some plants small price  


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