Baby bunnies have started to arrive at the wildlife rehab! Here’s some tips from vetstreet.com: If you’ve discovered a nest that’s been disturbed, take a peek at the babies. Unless the little rabbits are visibly injured (bleeding or nonfunctioning limbs, for example) or obviously suffering, it’s best not to touch or move them. Cover the nest and leave the babies alone. . . Well-meaning people may assume a nest has been abandoned because the mother rabbit isn’t there, but that’s probably not the case. Mama rabbits are smart and visit their nests only when absolutely necessary to avoid drawing attention to it, Comer says. The mother is probably somewhere nearby and will return when it’s time for the babies’ feeding and grooming, usually in the morning and evening. . . Check my stories or IG highlight for more pics and videos from the Wildlife Rehab!