For Both Children and Adults
“Zoey Finds a a Bunny Nest” is a delightful story about a young girl and her dog, Max, who find a nest of cottontail rabbits in their yard.
Written and illustrated by Red Creek’s founder, Peggy Hentz, this book also includes a section for parents on what to do if a bunny nest is found.
When Zoey’s dog, Max, finds a nest of baby cottontail rabbits, Zoey and her mom reach out to a wildlife rehabilitator for advice. Together they learn about cottontail nests and how to protect them.
This book includes a section for parents about what to do when encountering a cottontail nest.
Approximately 1/3 to 1/4 of animals presented to wildlife rehabilitators each year are baby cottontail rabbits. Many of these “orphans” are rescued by well-meaning people who think the nest has been abandoned.
“Zoey Finds a Bunny Nest” will help children and adults learn what to do when faced with this very common backyard situation. Story and illustrations by a veteran wildlife rehabilitator, Peggy Hentz as an adventure in learning to live with wildlife. Written in poetry style, Zoey Finds a Bunny Nest is both educational and entertaining.
“Mommy, can I keep him and raise him till he’s grown?
He’s the cutest little bunny I think I’ve ever known.”
“That’s not a good idea. I don’t think it’s wise
to try to make a pet out of something that is wild.”
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