Saturday, February 20, 2010

Sounds & Sights in the Rabbit Sanctuary

Morning sounds in the Rabbit Sanctuary the sounds are soft and happy.  You can hear cicadas singing in waves, the rustle of gum leaves above, bird songs, rabbits crunching on grass, corn or hay, the occasional "thump" from a rabbit's back leg swiftly slamming down his objection to something which could quite well be the possum in the nearby tree looking on!  

What you see are bunnies hopping, resting, eating, investigating new toys, looking down a freshly dug (soon to be filled with a rock!) rabbit hole, bunnies drinking from the automatic water bowls or the little pond, bunnies binking with the joy of being with other bunnies and human friends that cuddle and care for them constantly.

These are the sounds and sights in the Rabbit Sanctuary set in the Australian Bush in Northern NSW.  The rabbits that live in the Sanctuary have come from Melbourne, Brisbane, the Gold Coast QLD and Tweed Heads.  Some have also come from the local area of South Grafton on the Clarence River NSW.

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