In the spring of 2014, we discovered that a mother bunny (named "Ella" by Dr. Gransky's early-rising son, who saw her hopping away at the crack of dawn) made a nest for her babies right outside our window. We estimate the bunnies were already a few weeks old by the time we discovered them. We set up a camera to stream live video of the nest the next day. For the next few days, six baby bunnies huddled and snuggled together in the nest. Less than a week after we noticed them, the bunnies were starting to hop out of the nest, explore the plants and shrubs right around the nest, then return. The next day, however, they hopped out of the nest and didn't look back. We saw them in the nearby plants and groundcover for a few days but then they headed out on their own.
Now that the bunnies have left the nest, we no longer have the live video feed. However, you can watch a few minutes of archived footage from one day in the nest: