What Do Wild Baby Rabbits Eat?

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Wild baby rabbits are cute, and actually eat a variety of food. There is hay, for example. Most common are fresh vegetables, and fresh fruit. Some are berries, and should be fed in moderation.
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they eat plants or they might wander into a garden and eat.
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1. Make the babies a soft nest. Take a sturdy cardboard box and put some clean, soft towels inside. Put the babies into the box and then cover the top of the box with another towel
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1. Rabbits, cottontails in particular, can be killed with an. air rifle. or small "toy" 50-lb crossbow. If you're in an area where guns are tolerated, a .22 works well,
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Wild baby rabbits drink milk that is rich in nutrients; at least four times higher in protein than cow's milk. The female rabbit typically nurses the wild baby rabbits once or twice during the day. She spends most of her time feeding away from the bunnies to draw attention away from them.
Wild baby rabbits eat predominatly fresh grass abd other green plants and vegetables. Grass comprises 70% of a wild rabbits diet. They also eat vegtables such as cabbage, carrots, dandilion and basil.
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