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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-01-2008, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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lol I don't even know how to describe this

So! It's Canada day, Pat's gone downtown to meet up with friends, I decided to stay here and finish laundry and clean. So to watch him leave to go to the bus (yes, i love him) I'm having a cig out on the balcony. I look across the street at the funeral home parking lot, they have lots of nice flowers. What do I see? A regular wild cottontail rabbit CHASING a big black crow around. It hops a little, flies a few feet, lands, then whammo the rabbit goes after it, over and over! I suppose it has bunnies that it's defending? Cause I've never seen that before!

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Heehee yeah she probably has some buns close by.
Maybe you will eventually get to see them...hopefully not being taken by that Raven. Ravens can be sooo naughty! Hopefully the mama bun will scare him away for good!

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lol I bet she'll scare those ravens away, she was really persistent! it was such a sight!

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Odd timing for this post! My boyfriend and I were fascinated the past few days watching a rabbit and small bird chase each other up and down the length of our fence in the back. Bunny would jump up and run after the bird, bird would fly a bit, then turn around then fly back after the bun then fly back into its bird house. Seemed like an odd duo to us as well.

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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-01-2008, 09:46 PM Thread Starter
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lol I know, it really stuns you! it seems so backwards to everyday logic

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LOL how funny i would love to have seen that lol

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That's cool. Rabbits will fight (and win!) to defend their territories, even animals that are much bigger than they are. Just ask anyone with a cage aggressive pet rabbit


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