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rabbit from lackford
Because I’m visiting The Netherlands for holidays, I went to my favorite spot near the dunes.
This wild rabbit bunny was curiously looking up from its borrow. I’m not sure but it looks like it is a pretty young one. Well, it may not be Rudolf but with this bunny shot I’m wishing you a happy Christmas and a happy New Year. Thank you all for your kind comments and faves this year;)
A wild rabbit spotted in a strawberry patch in Gros Morne National Park.
© 2014 Alan Mackenzie.
I began my career in wildlife photography training my lens on rabbits in Withdean Park, Brighton. I seldom have much luck with rabbits, as they are quite hard to photograph, due to their quick movements, excellent hearing and acute sense of smell. This rabbit living on the outskirts of Brighton was a little more tolerant of my presence than most.
My attempt to capture kingfishers failed. Fortunately I found this cute rabbit near my car. I was happy that I didn't have to go home with an empty CF-card :-)
We spotted some movement at the bottom of the garden this morning and eventually found this baby rabbit feasting on daisy flowers on the lawn.
Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge, San Jose, California
Usually when I carry my 200-500mm telephoto lens, she is very alert and too fast to catch up with. Today I am taking landscape picture and she stay close to me all the time.
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28-300mm, F/5.6, S/180, 210mm
Lets pray to god for this fresh grass dinner..thanks god for permit to have this grass for dinner and thanks to hvargas to stop his son to not cut the grass today and keep it very fresh for us, hope some others rabbit can eat tonight, because oil is to expensive today and some human do not have money to pay for their gas for the lawn mower and cut they backyard grass....amen....
If I had a hundred of the in yard I would never have to mow again!
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One of the rabbits that visit us enjoying a rare morning of sunshine.
This was after he had eaten his fill of corn and black Licorice I put out for them.
Sonoran desert, Pima County, Arizona.
We have some ever-bearing straw berry plants, and rabbits love them very much.
I am so happy with this Rabbit family living in my backyard and Neighborhood, is a growing family now. I do hunting them for a good shot and they always do it for me....
3 weeks old offspring of my rabbit friend Julka :-)
For my friend Claudio... :-)
Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. There are eight different genera in the family classified as rabbits,
Rabbit habitats include meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands
Lugar de Observacion / Taken: Croton Point Park , Westchester County park , New York
this is a shot shot taken by by my beautiful daughter Becky.
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I was out birdwatching and this inquisitive little rabbit sat watching me to see what I was doing!
I was bird photographing and this wild rabbit came out of the bush and preened itself and then just laid down and watched me for around 1/2 an hour, then just hopped away,
The thought of rabbit stew didn't cross my mind 😊