While the rabbits hanging out in the woods behind my house boldly help themselves to all that they feel is edible, this little guy acted like he’d never seen a human before.  When I quietly worked to get as close to him as possible, instead of running, he simply hunkered down in place.

This guy has been getting into my garden and feasting on all of my spring goodies.  Hopefully the new fence, sprayed with an extra dose of invisible fence for good measure, will deter him from now on.

Back at the ranch Grandma’s House, we took a walk around the neighborhood and saw four jack rabbits on our journey.  I loved how this guy was snacking on a neighbor’s lawn right next to a robin. You Might Also Enjoy: Hippity, Hoppity Out on a Limb

Flat of strawberries from the Wohletz Farm

While the winters here in the middle of the US are harsh, once the snow melts we are able to take advantage of the most amazing fruits, veggies, artisan cheeses, and farm-fresh eggs. We have frequented The Berry Patch for many years, but we’ve never pursued “u-pick” strawberries because we grow strawberries in our backyard […]

Red-tailed hawks help maintain the rodent and rabbit population.  I wish I’d seen more red-tailed hawks around my garden with all of the rabbits this year! Click on any image to enlarge