Baby bunnies can be returned to the nest if the following criteria are met:

Babies are uninjured.
You have not had them in your possession for more than one day.
You have not fed them any type of milk replacers,  formulas, or other types of food.
You know the location of the nest.

We do not meet these criteria. Help me find a rehabilitator

We meet these criteria. Give us the instructions for proper reintroduction to the nest and how to test if the mother returns


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