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Ami    Posted 05-22-2004 at 16:37:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
today I was pooper scooping my front yard and stepped into a hole, the hole started squeaking, baby bunnies.

I checked to make sure I didn't hurt them, then recovered the nest, after a past experience I have learned that the mom will return.

my dilmnea is; this is my front yard, we have a postage stamp lawn, this is the only place my dogs have room to do their business, and I live in a community, with lawn rules, and my yard is being inspected tuesday, I have to mow the grass.

about a foot away I hammered into the ground a lawn ornament and ties a flag to it, to mark the area, so I don't mow over the nest, and to keep the dogs away, is this acceptable? This won't keep the mother away will it?

Thanks for any help.

dale anne    Posted 05-23-2004 at 12:31:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
howdy ....The mother should come back to the nest but I would replace the flagger with a stone or something that wont move and scare her off.....I raise rabbits and can tell ya now they are very protetive of the babies and might eat them iffin they think that flag ya put out will eat the babies....good luck...dale anne

Steve from TN    Posted 05-22-2004 at 19:03:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Time will tell; keep a close eye on the situation. I like you compassion.

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