Baby animal day

Well, sort of baby animals. The hummingbird may not be, although there have been some juvenile hummers hanging around our feeder recently. The bunny, on the other hand, is a bonafide baby bunny. My husband was using the weedwacker, trimming along the edge of our grass and flower beds, and out from under the tall grass (and weeds, to be honest) dashed three little bunnies. I managed to track down one of them and return it to the nest under the petunias and weeds. It didn’t panic when I picked it up, just cuddled calmly in the palm of my hand. I held tightly and then gently placed it back into its original nest after he finished his yard work. Unfortunately, I couldn’t track down the other two, so I’m hoping they found a secure place to hide.

P.S. In the park this morning, I saw a doe and twin fawns, but couldn’t get a clear shot of them. The mama was limping badly, but the three of them were browsing in the underbrush.

P.P.S. I don’t think there is anything more appealing than baby animals. What do you think?

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