Bunny meets magpie. Images of Canberra?

By 24 September, 2012 9

bunny and bird

What’s cuter than fluffy bunny wunnies? A bunny with a birdy!

John has sent this in:

Shame about the image quality, shot with mobile phone and my attempt to creep a little closer resulted in the magpie flying away (not the rabbit funnily enough)

Spotted this rabbit sharing a tender moment in the sun with a magpie in Campbell near the back of the War memorial.

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9 Responses to Bunny meets magpie. Images of Canberra?
#1
tim_c11:57 am, 24 Sep 12

Since it’s spring, the magpie is probably trying to attack the rabbit to rip out some of that nice soft fur to line its nest with.

#2
Thumper12:17 pm, 24 Sep 12

Shame about the image quality, shot with mobile phone and my attempt to creep a little closer resulted in the magpie flying away (not the rabbit funnily enough)

Yep, rabbits usually fly away at the slightest provocation.

#3
DrKoresh12:39 pm, 24 Sep 12

The maggie is obviously helping a group of runaway rabbits infiltrate a rival warren in order to convince enough does join them in starting a new colony. Also. one of the rabbits has prophetic visions, and at some point there’ll be a really tense, sad moment set to an Art Garfunkel song where one of the rabbits nearly dies.

#4
Pestiness1:31 pm, 24 Sep 12

DrKoresh said :

…sad moment set to an Art Garfunkel song where one of the rabbits nearly dies.

‘nearly’ dies? What is this, DrKoresh? The Disney version?

#5
SnapperJack2:00 pm, 24 Sep 12

Pestiness said :

DrKoresh said :

…sad moment set to an Art Garfunkel song where one of the rabbits nearly dies.

‘nearly’ dies? What is this, DrKoresh? The Disney version?

I remember Countdown thought that clip was so boring they intercut footage of dancers into it. The song still went to number one tho.

#6
poetix2:05 pm, 24 Sep 12

That’s Bambi’s mother buried in the mound. Or Skippy.

#7
EvanJames2:29 pm, 24 Sep 12

Mag is probably after worms and bugs in that pile of compost. Cannot imagine what the rabbit is doing though, no grass up on that heap.

#8
Conan of Cooma2:34 pm, 24 Sep 12

Double meat dinner, right there.

#9
DrKoresh3:12 pm, 24 Sep 12

Pestiness said :

‘nearly’ dies? What is this, DrKoresh? The Disney version?

No, I think you must be misremembering the movie, i’m referring to the old British version with John Hurt playing Hazel. He gets shot by the farmer and is lying crippled in a ditch when they start playing Bright Eyes. They play it again in the final scene where Hazel dies of old age, but that’s not the scene I was referring to.

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