Rabbits Use Abandoned Playhouse to Raise Family

Occurred on April 8, 2021 / Broughshane, Northern Ireland Info from Licensor: "I have a derelict playhouse in my garden. It was there when we bought the house and by the time we came to consider removing it, we noticed that it had become a draw for wildlife. Over the past two years, a doe rabbit has used it three times as a nursery for its kits. Last October, her second litter included one black kit. I researched this and discovered that it is a naturally occurring wild variant. The current litter of seven kits also has one black kit. The doe comes back once every 24 hours to feed the kits. During the day, they graze on our lawn. We have been so fascinated by this that we've abandoned any thought of removing the playhouse. I'm an amateur photographer with an interest in wildlife, so I have taken many stills and videos of the kits and, when she's around, their mother."