There's a story in the New York Times that's among the most currently e-mailed in their online version, called Peter Rabbit Must Die. Hmm. It's a good article, and I'm certainly guilty of moving a young woodchuck out of my garden, but the comments are interesting.
But we haven't had many rabbits in our garden, and we've been happy to see the ones we've had, since it seems to me to represent an improvement of habitat, from lawn to a diverse habitat garden.
So, I was delighted to see a very small young rabbit this afternoon.
First, s/he was being very still under the cover of one of our dogwoods, and then ventured forth onto the lawn, and then ducked into the cover of a nearby border.