When you think of wildlife photography, rabbits may not come to your mind. For us, they are everywhere.
The most common threat to them comes from the skies – hawks, owls and eagles. Our coyote pack and our resident bobcat may catch several. Even my dogs have claimed a few who were dumb enough to go inside the fence.
Despite those predators, the rabbit population thrives around the house. I watch them forage for food, play and even battle outside my study windows. Last night, I decided to take the camera outside for a few rabbits photos.
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