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"Sweetie" one of the original wild New England Cotton Tail rabbits who resided at Rabbit Path Habitat on one of our trails. Many of her descendents still visit us daily and have their young here.

"Sweetie" one of the original wild New England Cotton Tail rabbits who resided at Rabbit Path Habitat on one of our trails. Many of her descendents still visit us daily and have their young here.

This wild mother duck and her ducklings stopped by to enjoy one of the 3 ponds we built for the local wildlife at Rabbit Path Habitat.

This wild mother duck and her ducklings stopped by to enjoy one of the 3 ponds we built for the local wildlife at Rabbit Path Habitat.

If you look closely at the grass under the tree, you will see "Little Sweetie", one of original "Sweetie's descendent bunnies, and resident Squirrels "Sam" and "Samantha" who live at Rabbit Path Habitat year round. Its not unusual to see a squirrel, bunny, dove and woodchuck all hanging out together in one spot here.

If you look closely at the grass under the tree, you will see "Little Sweetie", one of original "Sweetie's descendent bunnies, and resident Squirrels "Sam" and "Samantha" who live at Rabbit Path Habitat year round. Its not unusual to see a squirrel, bunny, dove and woodchuck all hanging out together in one spot here.

This is one of the many fawns we have in the Fall at Rabbit Path Habitat.

This is one of the many fawns we have in the Fall at Rabbit Path Habitat.

We have Praying Mantis at Rabbit Path Habitat too.

We have Praying Mantis at Rabbit Path Habitat too.

An Hen from a farm on our street was captured by  a fox who got into the Hen house the night before. But she escaped and found her way to Rabbit Path Habitat before we returned her to the farm.

An Hen from a farm on our street was captured by a fox who got into the Hen house the night before. But she escaped and found her way to Rabbit Path Habitat before we returned her to the farm.

This is "Red" one of our little red squirrels who shows up at Rabbit Path Habitat in the spring. He likes pine nuts as a treat. He's very vocal and aggressively chases the gray squirrels away from the bird feeders.

This is "Red" one of our little red squirrels who shows up at Rabbit Path Habitat in the spring. He likes pine nuts as a treat. He's very vocal and aggressively chases the gray squirrels away from the bird feeders.

Although we rarely see them now, occasionally a Bob White will pay us a visit at Rabbit Path Habitat.

Although we rarely see them now, occasionally a Bob White will pay us a visit at Rabbit Path Habitat.

This is a Tan squirrel who had blond babies at Rabbit Path Habitat. She is actually a variation of a gray squirrel.

This is a Tan squirrel who had blond babies at Rabbit Path Habitat. She is actually a variation of a gray squirrel.

He is a bit hard to see, but one of our 3 types of resident Hawks: Red Shouldered, Coopers and Marsh, at Rabbit Path Habitat is in the center if you look closely at the tree.

He is a bit hard to see, but one of our 3 types of resident Hawks: Red Shouldered, Coopers and Marsh, at Rabbit Path Habitat is in the center if you look closely at the tree.

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