I had promised Sylvain (our bunny guest from Cottontails Baby) that if we had good weather today, I would take him to the rabbit warren near the Water of Leith. First thing this morning it seemed sunny enough, and more importantly dry enough, so off we went.
I had told Sylvain so much about the rabbit warren that he was very disappointed that rabbits aren't featured on the information boards!
Looking up into the trees though, he was amazed by the beauty of the autumn leaves.
When we got in there, he agreed that this is a very lovely place for bunnies to live.
ash dieback disease, but realised that it's probably too late in the year to tell from the leaves as they're beginning to turn for autumn. He was relieved that everything else about this sapling looked healthy.
Then it was time to go. Sylvain insisted on having a portrait taken but just as he posed, a big gust of wind blew his ears around.
Sylvain realised that perhaps he should have also packed a woolly jumper as Scotland is a cold country for 'un petit lapin francais!'
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