If you’ve ever looked out your window and noticed a bunny or hare running across your lawn, it can bring a smile to your face. But if you see them on a regular basis, it could mean that you have a baby rabbit’s nest in your yard. A U.S. Marine rescued baby bunnies while he was raking grass in a volleyball court.
If you mow your lawn, you may want to watch for dead patches as they could be home to baby bunnies. Ontario Wildlife Removal recently published a video explaining what a baby rabbit’s nest looks like and what do if you see one. It’s great advice for anybody with a home and so important to help protect cute baby bunnies.
Watch to learn how to spot a baby rabbits nest on your lawn and what to do if you see one…
Here are some of our favorite YouTube comments from this video, “What To Do If You See A Rabbits Nest On Your Front Lawn” by Ontario Wildlife Removal:
- “I will never step on dead grass again.” – florato
- “Thank you, this is good to know.” – Laura Retyi
- “They WON’T always be gone. Our (very welcomed and enjoyed) family of rabbits have had quite a few generations in our backyard. I love seeing them.” – Zappa Baburu
- “A great video with very timely and appropriate advice. I wish that I had known this when I found a nest in my own back yard. I never want to harm an animal.” – JockBaloney
- “There’s like three rabbits that roam our fenced back yard every now and then. It’s been six months. They have not left. I’ve seen tiny bunnies hopping in the front, but mostly adults in the back.” – Tylea Manning
When he revealed the tiny den full of baby bunnies, my heart just melted! Please share this important tip for homeowners about baby rabbit’s nests and how to spot them with your friends and family.