From the first day I got her I felt Ginny has always been special ♥️. Beneath all her sassiness and cautious bunny ways, she’s really brave. She’s always been a fighter even when she was sick. She’s always been so strong and now as I’m watching her get older sometimes I get scared because I can’t imagine life without her. Sometimes I get very sad. But Ginny always reminds me that even though life is scary sometimes, we can still be brave. We can still find strength in each other even if we aren’t always near! That’s why I love her so much, she’s so much more than just a bunny, she is and will always be an inspiration to me ♥️
Is it just me, or do owls' eyes seem to pierce the soul? Excellent shot from @eric.burson.photo!
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The Owl of the prairie and tall grass domain belongs to the Short-Earred Owl. With a moth-like flight and large wings in proportion to their body size, makes them effective hunters. While not normally a migratory species, they do travel to areas for seasons where the food supply is more plentiful. During the Winter and late fall this species becomes more commonly seen in the Midwest as their search for food supply requires to cover a greater range.
For this beautiful species, habitat loss is the number 1 issues facing their conservation status. In parts of Iowa, East Coast, and even New Mexico, this species has become geographically endangered.