Visiting Minoru Park - Junco, Mallards and Rabbits

I got a couple of errands done today at the city centre - returning library books, walking and photographing around Minoru Park (not really an errand), getting a haircut and buying tasty treats to celebrate my mom's birthday today (but we went out for dinner tonight and were too full for the treats - they'll have to wait tomorrow).

These photos below were taken from Minoru Park.

A Dark-eyed Junco calling loudly and looking around.

Dead But Not Gone
Most of the vegetation is bare, except for this. Are these petals...or leaves?

Curious Color of Winter
And these purple berries.

As expected, all the common wildlife were present - gulls, mallards, rabbits, squirrels, etc, as well as a pair of Hooded Mergansers (didn't get any good photos of them).

Eye On Me
Sleepy Mallard, but still cautious.

Female Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
You are kneeling down, you must have food.

Female Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
Where is the food?

I don't feed wildlife, sorry. The Mallards are born wild, so I don't feel as bad for them as these cute critters below - the abandoned pet rabbits.

What Can I Do?
Life must be hard.

Even Abandoned, Life Must Go On
Loved or unloved, survival must going on.

Thoughts of an Abandoned Rabbit

Thoughts of an Abandoned Rabbit
I wonder what it is thinking.

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