It's happened again!! a lazy Sunday morning breakfast ,just about to make the cup of tea,and a new arrival ,up, grab the camera, and into action!!
here he comes
sits and poses
takes a drink from the (dustbin lid) birdbath.
and then sits a stares at Mrs GP veggie beds, UMMMMMM bet that's what he's thinking
there is no wonder that I am losing weight ,I have just realised that I'm not getting to eat all my meals with all the interruptions to my mealtimes
Work is for those people that don't Bird-watch!!!!
Yet another brilliant visitor Mick although you will be losing more weight if it gets in Mrs GP,s veggie plot.
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By the look of his belly he's had his share.
Thinking Hare with the legs, but head says rabbit, poss young hare. am I right
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you are so lucky to have so much going on in your garden
How cool is this. A young Hare me thinks, but could be wrong (again).
I had a bald friend, who had an artist draw rabbits on his head. When I asked why, because they look like Hares from a distance, he replied. (sorry).
Take care all, Stich.
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What a great sight, Mick. You just never know what's going to turn up next. Marjus will be envious.
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Wow, how nice to see a pukka Irish Hare :) It's the endemic Irish subspecies of Mountain Hare, Lepus timidus hibernicus.
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Can't disagree with Aiki! Very leggy for a rabbit, and I see the dark tips developing on those lug'oles.
Nice thing to get in your garden!!
Seriously thinking about trying harder!
oooo Marjus will be sooo jealous, a hare in the garden. Hope it doesn't do too much damage to the veggies, and you get a decent meal in peace LOL
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Fab photos Mick, and a great breakfast guest
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Fab shots Mick - in pic 4 it does actually look as if it's doing some weeding for you, giving you more time to enjoy not having any meals(-:).
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In your GARDEN???? Yes I am VERY jealous! Lol!! Absolutely fantastic!! Gorgeous shots! (Thanks again Doggie)
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You're so lucky Grandpaddy Mick to have these in your garden, it's wonderful seeing these photos of them.
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