Every spring/summer, several backyard bunnies (eastern cottontail rabbits) visit the F&P yard. We're not sure if any are related, because the average life span in the wild is under 5 years. It's always nice when they return as sadly these are a popular game animal for hunters and other animals.
Some info about rabbits: males are called bucks, females are does, the young are kits (kittens). A group of rabbits is a herd, and a herd of rabbits live in a warren. (More info can be found here and this site did not have any annoying pop-ups.)
After grooming was done, this buck or doe posed long enough for a close-up photo. The photos were taken from an indoor window, so may seem a bit less clear.
And then he/she was gone . . . dare say hopped outta here (and very quickly).
We have a fondness for bunnies — this pillow is on our bed; corny, I know, but true.