Do you see a rabbit explosion in Ocean County, New Jersey
So, this spring, do you see a “baby boom” rabbit? Now we know rabbits likes to multiply, but it seems that this spring I see a lot more rabbits and baby rabbits than in the last few years….
According to Google, “If your rabbit is nesting it will most likely give birth in a week and if your rabbit begins to peel its fur, expect the babies to be born in a day or two. Most rabbits give birth at night, so be prepared to wake up with a litter of rabbits.
In the pictures below, in my photo gallery, you see Momma Rabbit nesting and getting ready for the big day. I can’t fully see if she is in full fur, but she definitely nests. So the process has started.
What was interesting the other day was that while Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit got ready for the babies, another rabbit kept chasing Mama Rabbit …… Poppa Rabbit stood guard and chased the other one away. rabbit. The aggressive rabbit kept coming back. Poppa Rabbit looked exhausted after chasing this other rabbit for quite a while. I was curious what the story was here? Why was that other bunny so determined to try to interrupt Mama Bunny? Maybe if you know, post your comments below
Do you have any pet rabbits? What was your experience with baby rabbits 🐰?
Do you see “more” rabbits this spring? 🐇
A rabbit explosion?
Do you see a baby boom bunny in your town?
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