How Long Do Baby Rabbits Stay in the Nest?

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Baby rabbits usually stay in the nest for several days before they can finally get off it and roam around. The earliest time will be two weeks but this may vary depending on the capabilities of the baby rabbits and its breed.
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well, they don't stay very long, for a few weeks at most.
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A baby bird typically stays in the nest for three weeks. The baby will leave it's nest a few days before it learns to fly and flop about on the ground.
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Birds that are precocial-meaning that when they hatch their eyes are open, they have down feathers, and are immediately mobile-will leave the nest within a few hours, up to two days
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Something to know about rabbits. Mom does not stay with the nest. She only visits once or twice a day to groom, feed and cover them up. This way she does not draw predators to her
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