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Sorry for the double post -
I talked to a rehabber recommended by a user from this forum and we concluded together that Gordon was as healthy and ready as a baby bunny could be for release. So I have released him in an appropriate area nearby where he will have plenty of cover and food, and even be with other rabbits. It just rained here in Texas so the environment is extra hospitable at the moment. I was going to snap a goodbye photo, but Gordon bounded off so quick I couldn't even capture a shot!
Good luck Gordon