There’s a family of bunnies residing in the main flower bed in front of my office. The current plantings are pink and purple petunias (in a semi-circle) surrounded by green & red coleus. Yes, a perfectly hideous color combination, I know, but the bunnies seem to love the coleus and have been eating them up. It’s surprising just how much and how fast they eat too - I was watching one the other day and it looked like it just about inhaled a stalk of coleus!
There’s a group of us who keep watch of the bunnies - we get nervous if we haven’t seen them. There are at least two, probably more knowing bunnies. I’ve taken to “talking” to the bunny when I see one - baby talk, of course, in a soft voice. I think it’s getting used to my voice because it continues eating while I’m talking to it. There is a lot of traffic in that area, too - both pedestrians and cars/trucks and even buses. Most of it doesn’t appear to phase the bunnies, but they will scoot and rather quickly if someone gets too close to where they are dining.
Unfortunately, there are also predators about - my building is surrounded by woods so there are foxes and we also have a “family” of raptors (not sure exactly which kind because they’re usually gliding very high in the sky!). I’ve seen the raptors perching on the building very near to the flower bed. We can’t protect the bunnies from any of them, but it’s still fun to enjoy watching the bunnies.