The little guys have grown enough to be out on their own. People (Ellen and I) were of no concern what so ever. They were everywhere.
At one point I think there were 5 on the dike as we walked by.
‘Marsh rabbits have a number of features that distinguish them from cottontails and swamp rabbits. The short ears and legs are much smaller than that of a swamp rabbit. The tail is also much reduced from the bushy tail seen in cottontails.’ Wikipedia.
Early summer they are common, but never like today.