Saturday, June 8, 2013

We can all use an assist

This baby bunny has been feasting on the neighbor's lettuce. I love sitting on the patio in the morning watching the antics of this little cutie. I'm afraid that one day it will have the same problem as Winnie the Pooh who ate all the honey and got too big to fit through a hole. 
 
 
 
The baby mockingbird followed its mama to our fence and then tumbled off and into the tomato garden which is fenced in with chicken wire. Its mother would call it, but try as it might, it couldn't figure out how to get out. So Bill had to assist, lift a corner of the fence so it could escape.
 
 
 

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7 comments:

Chatty Crone said...

That was sweet of Bill and yes every one needs an assist one time or another. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Sandie

Joanne Noragon said...

It can't be the worst thing; living in the vegetable garden and no way out. I hope the gardener is a modern day Christopher Robin.

Bookie said...

Bill seems to have an animal connection. Maybe he can help me with my wrens. We love the wrens but for first time ever a pair of slightly larger brownish birds are harassing their nest. We chase them away when we can but fear they will drive our tiny friends away for good. Do Bill know what to do?

jabblog said...

It always feels so good when we are able to help a wild creature:-)

Susan said...

Did it, Linda. Signed up for the newsletter. Thanks.

I doubt your lettuce-planting neighbor will think the bun bun is cute. ha ha ha

Susan

Val said...

Thank you for the assist. ;)

Sioux said...

Linda--So, Bill is helping out young chicks? Cute, young chicks...I think I detect a sinister undertone...