Observations and reflections from without and within
ANIMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALS!!!!!!!!All of them did it.
I think Mr. Bunny Rabbit has a full stomach
I vote bunny. I know from experience, it's the bunny. Unless you see a VOLE.
Becka- Our little critters are so cute!OmaLois and Mary...That baby bunny had a partner and this is all ground level destruction. But the squirrels ate an entire flat of impatiens flowers last summer that I put in hanging pots, so I am suspicious of them too. My feeders are empty, so maybe they are vengeful!
Mary...a vole??? is that related to a mole?
Bunnneeeyy!!Although I have seen squirrels nip tulip buds.
Oh no--I am especially sensitive to this kind of thievery since I just planted all my flowers.I vote bunny too--although Mary's vole suggestion is worth checking. They are NOT related to moles--they are similar to mice, but very plant destructive. They love bulbs. And they zip around, almost out of sight.
I resent that you're all guessing the bunny did it.;-)I'm sure he did though!
Better check the remaining leaves for prints. That bunny looks shifty.
Hehehe Ruth... I'd vote for Mr. Bunny too!
Lynne- I was hoping it was the squirrel...KGMom- Thanks for the info on the Vole. I hope your flowers are left alone. I will have to figure out which flowers are not tasty...perhaps marigolds.Laura- I will have to put alfalfa out for them. Maybe they will prefer it to the blooms.Susan- Went out to look for prints this morning and found 4 bunnies! They live next door but come here for breakfast.Jayne- mystery solved!
I dunno who done it - but that is an adorable post :0)
thanks Cathy...I do enjoy the creatures in my yard, even when they are naughty.
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