AMAZING Eastern Cottontail Rabbit Experience
Isn't nature amazing?!
A Highly-Contagious Disease Can Be Fatal For Domestic And Wild Rabbits In Connecticut
A highly-contagious rabbit disease has been discovered in Connecticut. The CT Department of Agriculture officials have stated that Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Type 2 (RHDV2) is a highly contagious foreign animal disease and can be fatal to both domestic and wild rabbits. Thankfully, animals cannot spread it to humans according to the Connecticut Department of Agriculture (DEEP). It has been found in domestic rabbits in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. It has spread through out many states in the southwestern part of the United States.
An ADORABLE Baby Eastern Cottontail Rabbit!!
Look how cute this little guy/gal is!!
VIDEO: Two Rabbits Fight in The Middle of The Street
Two Rabbits Fight in The Middle of The Street
A Rabbit Landscaping (Eating!) My Bushes!!
He prunes bushes at NO cost! Song Retro by Wayne Jones.
[VIDEO] Visiting the rabbit and ducks at Pond Spring Nursery in Trumbull, CT.
Next time you head to Pond Spring Nursery in Trumbull, CT for your landscaping needs, be sure to visit with the rabbit and ducks out front! If you are lucky you will also be greeted by their resident cat (Skye) and dog (Lucy). <a href="https://www.facebook.com/PondSpringNursery">https://www.facebook.com/PondSpringNursery</a>/
Eastern Cottontail Rabbit EATING My Sunflowers!!!
This is why it's always a good idea to plant plenty!
Off Grid Homestead Shenanigans | Backyard Chickens & Bunny
Off-Grid Homestead Shenanigans | Backyard Chickens & Bunny While cleaning up snow, I hung out with the chickens and bunny for a bit. It was a cold but beautiful day. I couldn't resist filming as much as I could. Enjoy!