Bunny Rabbit Pictures
There are thousands of free rabbit pictures on the web.
There are many online websites where you can go to find pictures of cute little bunnies.
Pictures of snuggly cuddly rabbits are hopping and bouncing all over the web and as spring and Easter draw near the need for computer generated images of the hare increase.
Furry soft, little noses twitching, and little powder puff tails a flickering, furry little creatures are curiously peeking out from computer screens all around the globe.
If for some reason the bunny images have not found their way into your home, and you are wondering where you can go to find these sometimes elusive animals, well I am here to point you in the right direction.
Were you looking for free public domain bunny pictures.
One of my favorite sites for animal pictures is the US Fish and Wildlife Digital Image Library. The US Fish and Wildlife branch has gathered together hundreds of public domain animal photographs and images.
This public domain library is open to the public and the use of these images is completely free of charge. They do ask that you provide a credit link back to their library but this is pretty much the customary thing to do. One should always give credit where credit is due.
The tale of Peter Rabbit is enchanting:
There is one rabbit who took the literary world by storm and that was Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit. Peter Rabbit was brought to life in Beatrix Potter's tale. It's 100 years of fantasy literature at it's best.
I just love the ears on this Easter bunny?
Well actually it is a Jack rabbit and this public domain bunny picture is also available at US Fish and Wildlife Digital Image Library.
Did you know?
Although hares and rabbits belong to similar classes of animals there is actually quite a difference between the two. Hares are generally much larger and have longer ears than a rabbit does.
Baby rabbits are born bald, sightless, and are physically very vulnerable for the first few days of their lives. Baby hares are born with a much earlier advantage in life. They are born covered in fur, and their eyes are able to see, as well they are ready to run as soon as they are born.
This is a cute little cottontail bunny.
Cottontail bunny rabbit picture is available at the US Fish and Wildlife Digital Image Library.
Did you know...
The hare is famous for its abundant litters of young and as such is an ancient symbol of fertility often associated with spring and rebirth.
Eggs are also a symbol of fertility which is why it is believed these two symbols sometimes intertwine with one another.
This is a little tiny itty bitty bunny.
Yet another wonderful public domain bunny image available at the US Fish and Wildlife Digital Library.
What type of pictures were you looking for?
What type of pictures were you looking for?
A truly delightful Peter Rabbit character that is sure to draw your child deep into this imaginative fairytale land.
Karen's Whimsy public domain images:
The Karen's Whimsy website is a collection of free public domain images. These drawings and illustrations are pictures which have had their copyright expire and now exist within the public domain and are free for public use.
There is a very lovely selection of Easter bunny rabbit pictures at Karen's Whimsy and the website asks only that you provide a return link to the Karen's Whimsy site in return for the use of the photographs.
Easter Bunnies are adorable.
It was in ancient days where our modern day Easter bunny traditions actually originate. She is a hare and the tradition of a rabbit being associated with this holiday actually began long ago in religious ceremonies in Germany.
The hare would appear during Eastertide to reward good children with gifts of eggs and sweets. Because many Christians and Catholics fasted during Lent, eggs were consumed in abundance once this period ended, and thus the reasoning for this springtime gift of eggs.
The reason why a hare and eggs are Easter traditions.
You can find free Easter coloring pages at these popular websites:
Old Fashioned Coloring Fun That Never Goes Out of Style.
Rabbits and young chicks are often associated with Easter.
This cute free bunny rabbit image is also available at Karen's Whimsy.
Wikipedia Commons public domain rabbit pictures:
The Wikimedia Commons is an excellent resource for public domain pictures. Just be sure to check the copyright statement for the images at Wikimedia as not all pictures are in the public domain.
To narrow my search down I generally will type in "Rabbit public domain" or "bunny public domain" in the Wikimedia Commons search box. This helps to insure that I am more likely to pick up public domain images in my search. I then check the copyright notice to insure that it is a photograph which I am able to use, then I right click the picture, and save it to my computer.
Cute white bunny rabbit taking a look about.
Standing bunny picture in the public domain at By Carly & Art [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Invite a little bunny into your day.
Jellycat bashful bunny is cute as a bunny can be. Always available for a snuggle or a cuddle he is just about as sweet as a little bunny can be. The really great news is that he is looking for a wonderful home to live in and it could be yours. Take this little bunny home with you today.
Sweet little lop ear bunny rabbit.
Lop eared bunny rabbit picture in the public domain at Wikimedia Commons. They really do have a wonderful selection of images that have been donated for public use.
Smiles are contagious
Pass one on today