04 July 2015

Hare in our yard






We had a hare in our yard early one morning.
First it was having a sand bath under the swings.
Then it started scratching and cleaning itself.
It must have seen me moving in the window,
because it looked right at me and jumped away.
These photos were taken through the
window and the blinds on 26.6.2015.

I'm linking to
Camera Critters
Saturday's Critters

http://camera-critters.blogspot.fi/2015/07/camera-critters-378.html


66 comments:

  1. Nice to see your visitor, who patiently posed for you, Gunilla!
    Have a Wonderful Weekend!
    Peace :)

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    1. Thank you, Chandra! I think it's a regular visitor in our yard. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Så søt den var! Harer er ikke så ofte å se her.

    Ha en fin helg!

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    1. Tusen tack, Marit! Det är inte ofta jag hinner få bilder på dem fast jag ser dem rätt ofta. Ha en skön helg.

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  3. så snällt av den att vara kvar medan du plåtade :)

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    1. Tack, Monica! Jag hann ta några bilder innan den skuttade iväg.

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  4. Nice shots, greeting from Belgium
    http://louisette.eklablog.com

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  5. great that you got these images before he noticed you. Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret! Have a great week.

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  6. Hello Gunilla.
    Beautiful pictures of the hare.
    I wish you a happy weekend.
    Best regards, Irma

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    1. Thank you, Irma! Have a wonderful week.

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  7. Fina bilder på haren ,kunde tro att den hade bara ett öra på sista bilden ,trevlig helg ,Nette

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    1. Tack, Nette! Det ser lite lustigt ut, men den hade nog bägge öronen kvar. :-)

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  8. Hello Gunilla, I love the cute hare! Adorable photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen! Enjoy your week.

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    1. Thank you, Jennifer! They're so cute.

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  10. Precious, the Hare hanging out in yard, wonderful.

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  11. if you move real fast the photos look like a movie haha caught unawares

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  12. big ears, big feet. so cute!

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    1. Thank you, Theresa! They're adorable. :-)

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  13. Cute captures. Those ears seem to have a mind of their own.

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    1. Thank you, Pat! The ears are so cute. :-)

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  14. Look at those ears!!! How nice that he posed for you. Fun shots. Happy Critter Day!

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    1. Thank you, Snap! Happy Critter Day.

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  15. Great shots of hare in action.

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  16. Isn't it odd how they seem to sense that we are near. Even through the window. Part of nature, I guess.

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    1. Thank you, Latane! They seem to notice the smallest of movement.

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  17. Looks like he's waving his ears around like antenna!
    ~

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    1. Thank you! The ears look so funny.

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  18. It's always a joy to see a hare on my travels. Your pictures are brill as always.

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  19. Love his ears (what you can see of them, haha!)

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    1. Thank you! He had two of them even if it doesn't look like it in the photos. :-)

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  20. We just have little bunnies, the hare looks so much bigger with longer ears and legs. Does he do a lot of damage to your plants? He is really funny waving his ears around.

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    1. Thank you, Hannah! I've seen him eat leaves from the bushes, but mostly he seems to enjoy the clover in the lawn.

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  21. What a handsome fellow and amazing how they can sense us.

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    1. Thank you, Donna! They seem to have a sixth sense.

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  22. On kiva yllätys nähdä jäniksen omassa pihassa. Kivoja kuvia.
    Terveisiä, Kees

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    1. Thank you, Kees! I've seen him several times this week as well.

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  23. That's so unusual, a Brown Hare in a yard. The hares around here are extremely wary and never go near humans.

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    1. Thank you, Phil! He seems to feel safe in the yard. I've seen him several times this week as well.

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  24. Hi! It's nice you can see a hare in your yard. I enjoyed your photos very much. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. We only get bunnies, lots of hungry bunnies!! I do love those floppy ears!!

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    1. Thank you, Debbie! The ears are cute.

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  26. Such a sweet animal !! I love his ears !!
    Greetings

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    1. Thank you, Ela! I too love his ears.

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  27. Great shots Gunilla, especially through glass.

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  28. What a cute hare. I'm always surprised that animals can spot you in a window, no matter how still you are.

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  29. The hare seeing you! Great shots.
    Thanks for dropping by :)
    www.1sthappyfamily.com

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  30. We have rabbits in our yard every day. We enjoy having them but they sure can do a lot of damage to the vegetation. We planted Butterfly Milkweed for the pollinators, but as soon as it starts to grow the rabbits chew it off right to the ground.

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    1. Thank you, David! It seems we have enough clover in the lawn to keep him from eating other plants.

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  31. A super study of your handsome hare. When we had clover growing in our yard we were always visited by rabbits. Sad to say when the clover left, so did our rabbits :(

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    1. Thank you, Denise! We've had a hare in the garden for several summers. I think it's the clover that attracts them.

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  32. Very interesting photo study of the hare. We do not have hares in Florida, though we did have Jackrabbits when we lived in New Mexico and Texas.

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