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Okay, I'll believe you. I am telling you though, that hole was pretty darn deep.

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Cottontail rabbit "nests" are nothing more than a little plucked grass in a field - no holes at all. We've had rabbit "nests" in our yard, too. Frankly, the feet of cottontails are not made for digging. Rabbits often will use woodchuck holes or abandoned fox dens to escape into when pursued. At least they HOPE the fox den is abandoned!

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Jim, I beg to differ about rabbits digging. I still have a hole in my front lawn that was dug by a rabbit. How do I know a rabbit dug it you ask. Because the little witch had her babies in it and I couldn't mow that one spot for months until they all left. But, I guess it is possible that the chipmunk dug the hole for the rabbit to have her babies in ;-)

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Now that I think of it, Poly, you almost certainly DO have grubs, as Frank said. And that's also why you have moles. They eat grubs. Nice underground ecosystem you have there! LOL

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"It's not the rabbits all they like to do is" FUCK"."

I guess that's why I like rabbits so much! :-)

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Hmmm, that doesn't sound like rabbits, either. We have rabbits in our yard, too, but they don't do any damage. If anything, they do us a favor by eating the CLOVER and helping me keep it out of my grass!

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"our lawn is full of rabbits, they all look the same, and they're the bastards that are responsible for the holes in my lawn!"

I doubt that very much, Poly. American rabbit species, and you are almost surely dealing with the Eastern cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus) do NOT dig holes like European hares do.

Your holes are almost surely being dug by woodchucks, if they are large holes, or by chipmunks, if they are small holes.

Want me to examine your holes?

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Depends oh how much the bird is handled and how it is cared for. i have seen some nasty birds but the owners were lazy and didn't near care for them enough than the animal requires. Its not just a pretty leave in the cage all day and ignore it kind of animal. Just like anything lack of handling makes for a more wild animal.

I know a few very fantastic birds who are just amazing. You can almost have an entire conversation with this bird and its so lovey... A bird will kiss you with its beak and tounge if its handle its might look like its going to bite but in actuallity it might just lick it with its tounge... that is how they identify people and other birds...

its all in the owner as to how the bird will be..... Dooode seems to get that and is doing a fab job and giving some kick but advice..

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I have never tried birds, other than a few injured ones I find and attempt (unsuccessfully) to care for. I know it's a lost cause but if I see one, I take pity.

We always have an odd menagerie of animals. I love em. Turtles and toads come and go in our aquarium (we keep them a while and set them free to mix it up a little). We dog-sit on occasion and I have my old cat...can't sleep without her. Also a guinea pig and a rabbit. The rabbit went absolutely insane in his cage and we all decided it was unfair to keep him and we'd set him free. Figured the nutty thing would run into the woods, never to be seen again. He somehow knows what's ours, and stays in our yard and garage. He greets guests in the driveway...it's really quite strange! The cat even made friends with him. I think we should get a few more so we don't have to mow the lawn or rent porn. (jk!)

Thrills, I totally love your story!!!! Many giggles :) -MJ

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Ouch, Jim, that hurt! ;) LOL Mrs. Sin

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