Mother Rabbit did a good job preparing her open bottom nesting box, covering the 1/2″ mesh wire with plenty of fresh green grass I gave to them, mother and father Rabbit, yesterday. Also pulling her hair adding to the nest. This morning 9 new baby Rabbits arrived.
All through the dry drought weather we have had no babies were born. Did the rabbits know something that I didn’t? Now that everything has been greening up from the unusual wet August new arrivals have arrived. They fooled me before and now. I was sure I should of had new baby rabbits months ago. At one point I even pulled father out thinking mother would give birth soon. I gave up and put him back in, now I have the next generation.
I moved father Rabbit out, providing what once was a cedar worm bed box with finer 1/8″ mesh bottom as the new baby bed, adding the green grass and hair, and putting the open bottom box on top to provide more privacy.
I still have another set of mother and father Rabbits. In time we’ll see if they too provide a new generation of babies or not.
What kind of new generation do we provide, as we ourselves change? Look around and observe.
When I started my job at Lowes nearly 3 years ago, I noticed many buried in technology while a lack of human communication during breaks. Are some considered outcasts when they are not technology savvy? I buried myself in books, and find myself sometimes an outcast during the breaks preferring to read, and just listen.