We have had two resident rabbits for a number of years now. They periodically "change" ~ we have had a black one and a brown one, a black one and a grey one, and, most recently, these two brown ones. Cottontails. One is very tame and comes right to us, the other is a little shy and waits until his/her buddy has approached and he/she knows it is safe. The different pairs have burrowed in the garden and we have seen a few babies (which are the cutest things) but the hawks soon grab them. Cruel but necessary, I suppose.
I also put out carrot peelings, broccoli stalks, etc. for them but they prefer Cheerios and crusts of my homemade bread. Bunnies after my own heart.
The tame one pokes his/her head right in the door ~
It is snowing like crazy right now. I am not getting out of my jammies today (again). The bird feeders are full and it is wonderful to watch all the activity. There are juncos, a flicker (on the suet feeder), a varied thrush, towhees, pine siskins. I haven't seen any chickadees today. Perhaps -4C is too cold for them. I know it is too cold for me.
This is what I will be working on today ~ Kinsol Trestle Vest