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Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984

Why is he just sitting there?

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I'm thinking he got his fur wet when he peed, and now he's frozen to the ground.

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Maybe he/she feels down on their luck.:(

AND WOULD LIKE TO HAVE IT BACK!! :angry:

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HE'S COLD!!! 

 

I remember hunting rabbits when I was a kid and it was about 10 below zero. I saw a rabbit in a bush and he would not move as I approached.

 

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He is clearly not the hare whose stride last year was about seven feet (between leaps) and he’s got about 7 weeks to find a good hides place before the latest litter of yotes comes by.

 

it appears the coyotes birth their pups in the lowlands not far west of me (200 yds) and one night in April move them uphill past my house. I recall being woken for this passing many times.

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On 2/23/2019 at 4:06 AM, Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984 said:

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Looks like a hare doing it on a dare.

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This rabbit appears to be a 'Doe', which is a female rabbit.   Males are called Bucks.

 

The females have a rounder head, while the males have blocker heads.

 

Anyhow, back here in TN, they have a tendency to 'sit' in colder weather and not

move about as much.

 

In respect that this is probably a Doe, she is keeping her 'buns' warm..... :D

 

..........Widder

 

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Be careful, it might be related to this one:o

 

 

 

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The place he is sitting is often a little warmer than elsewhere because it is over the septic tank. Doesn’t help today with temp around 20°F but on normal days it is a little warmer. Often the snow melts there first.

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