Easter Bunny

Did the Easter Bunny come to your house? Maybe you got an Easter basket filled with eggs.

We saw our Easter Bunny this morning!
Green egg! This one is an unknown insect egg on Prairie Parsley (Polytaenia nuttallii). Maybe it will be a Black Swallowtail. I found two eggs on the plant.
More eggs! These are Carolina Chickadee eggs!
The above eggs are not from this mama. In fact every time I have checked the box she was not budging. She just gives me the stink eye. LOL.
Blue eggs!
They were once from those above blue eggs. 😉 We have 4 active nest boxes now.

And while I checked the box, mama got quite upset with me.

Indeed, we have a nice assortment of Easter eggs; blue, speckled, and green! And the bunny too!

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  1. Such beautiful eggs and so many chicadee eggs. Poor parents have so many mouths to feed. Sweet cottontail.

  2. Perfect easter post. That was certainly a very vocal parent blue bird – pretty fearless!
    Enjoyed the article on leafhoppers and broohosomes – buckyballs. And as they said – nature is a great teacher – we just have to pay attention.

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