Thursday, March 10, 2011

Early Morning Garden Visitor


How did it get in here?  No holes in the fencing.  Wire is in contact with the ground.


Spots spinach.


The smell test.


Calls for more inspection.


Apparently does not pass the smell test, and it's time to go.


Where did it go?  How did it get out  -- the garden is enclosed.  Camera is to be relocated to face the direction from which the rabbit first was seen.

Until next time, God bless.



8 comments:

Janice said...

Oh that's frustrating when you don't know how they get in there, but at least you know whats getting in your garden now. How cool to see whats happening in the garden at night!

Lynn said...

Yeah, Janice, it is neat to see what is happening at night. These photos were taken in the "little" garden which is in a corner of the back yard.

Donna said...

Hey, Mister Marty came to visit you! He's a sneaky fellow, LOL!

The Japanese Redneck said...

They can squeeze thru a lot of wire, unless it's the chicken wire or small weave, they can get in.

Beagle running pens use rabbit wire, which has a 1 foot apron that lays on the ground and it's a very heavy guage chicken wire. Can't even hardly bend it with your fingers.

Crafty Sue said...

Now you know who the trespasser is!
Wishing you a happy weekend!
Sue.

Ann said...

By the looks of those eyes I say it's an alien rabbit and it must have just beamed itself down into the garden...lol
It will be interesting to see how it actually did get in there

Rachel said...

How crazy is that?!?! Though it is fun to see someone using those wildlife cams to do something other than track down the next big buck (as my redneck husband would!) :)

Janice said...

Mrs. Lynn, Thanks for your comment on my supermoon pics. I used my 55-250 lens to take these pictures. I set the manual settings to f/5.6, ISO 100, and exposure of 1/100 sec. I have a photo trainer app and it recommended these settings when using a tripod. If not using tripod it said to change the exposure time.
Janice