Spring is officially here and, with spring time, comes nests of bunnies. The pictured babies here in Washington Court House have been poking out of their nest and climbing over each other — at least six have been counted. Once they tucker out, they burrow back down into the nest. Nests may be difficult to spot as they tend to be made in the ground with fur covering them. Be careful when mowing the yard!

Spring is officially here and, with spring time, comes nests of bunnies. The pictured babies here in Washington Court House have been poking out of their nest and climbing over each other — at least six have been counted. Once they tucker out, they burrow back down into the nest. Nests may be difficult to spot as they tend to be made in the ground with fur covering them. Be careful when mowing the yard!


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photo

Spring is officially here and, with spring time, comes nests of bunnies. The pictured babies here in Washington Court House have been poking out of their nest and climbing over each other — at least six have been counted. Once they tucker out, they burrow back down into the nest. Nests may be difficult to spot as they tend to be made in the ground with fur covering them. Be careful when mowing the yard!

Spring is officially here and, with spring time, comes nests of bunnies. The pictured babies here in Washington Court House have been poking out of their nest and climbing over each other — at least six have been counted. Once they tucker out, they burrow back down into the nest. Nests may be difficult to spot as they tend to be made in the ground with fur covering them. Be careful when mowing the yard!
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/03/web1_20210328_193248.jpgSpring is officially here and, with spring time, comes nests of bunnies. The pictured babies here in Washington Court House have been poking out of their nest and climbing over each other — at least six have been counted. Once they tucker out, they burrow back down into the nest. Nests may be difficult to spot as they tend to be made in the ground with fur covering them. Be careful when mowing the yard! Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photo