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A Sure Sign Spring Has Arrived In Northern Nevada

A sure sign spring has arrived in Sparks, Nevada:

My boxer, Wonda, has been very busy in the yard lately. I knew things were blooming and little critters were starting to come out and play again. But it wasn't until I noticed she was garding one of our backyard shrubs rather closely  what she was really up to!

Bad Wonda

 I found this little bunning hiding (well trying to hide) while Wodna hovered over.  It looks like Wonda may have gotten a little to close, but luckily I found her to be OK, just a little scared!

Spring bunny

So there it is, a sure sign spring has sprung in Northern Nevada. A baby bunny. They are everywhere right now! They love to eat sagebrush, shrubs and flowers! Jack Rabbits and Pygmy Rabbits love the dry Nevada climate. If you live here in Nevada, you are certain to have seen them in your yards, your parks and just about everywhere sagebrush grows!

A sure sign Spring has arrived in Northern Nevada.



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Comment balloon 3 commentsTerrie Leighton • April 07 2010 01:01PM


Those pets can be mischievious. Great looking dog.

Posted by Jody Lautenbach (Century 21 Premier Associates) almost 9 years ago

Hi Terrie:  Wanda sure does look very glad you saved the bunny.  My dogs love the squirrels, these smart little squirrels know just how close they can come to the invisible fence and still be safe, but I should offer them a little of these days you may not be quite so lucky!

Posted by Dona Reynolds, St. Joseph MO (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Stein Summers) almost 9 years ago

Terrie - Wonda is adorable, how old is she?  My husband was just commenting this evening if we ever decided to get a big dog he'd want a boxer.

Posted by Michelle Gibson, REALTOR (Hansen Real Estate Group Inc. ) almost 9 years ago

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