On Thanksgiving morning I was out in the vegetable garden (or what’s left of it) cutting rosemary for our turkey and thinking, gee, we’d better harvest all of that rosemary really soon (and, no, I still haven’t done that). As I turned to walk back to the house I noticed, between the garage and the vegetable garden, what looked like some clumps of dirt, fairly evenly spaced, as if it were dirt coming off someone’s shoes with every step they took.
I thought that was sort of odd, since it hadn’t been muddy in the garden for months. . . and when I looked a bit closer, I saw that they were piles of rabbit poop. Five or six separate piles of rabbit poop. All in a nice row.
Thanks for sharing, right??
Wow. Can you BELIEVE how much they leave behind, for how relatively small they are? Good grief, what are they doing, having big rabbit parties, sitting there for HOURS, just munching and pooping, while we’re in the house, oblivious?? We haven’t actually seen a rabbit in our yard in many weeks—I’d thought perhaps we’d gotten rid of them all, as if that were even remotely possible. So I don’t know if they’re getting smarter, and not letting us see them, or if there’s just more to eat over on that side of the yard.
One thing I DO know is that I’ll be putting out the traps again.