Baby Animals: You're Welcome, America

There's nothing cuter than a farm or garden animal. Except maybe a baby animal.
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Maran Chick

That face! Those eyes! HGTVGardens community member Shannon Girouard-Fogl captured this cute baby.

Baby Lizard

HGTVGardens community member JW got this great close-up of a baby lizard.

Baby Squirrel

There's no denying the cuteness of a baby animal in an adorable pickle.

French Alpine Baby Goat

This newborn dairy goat captured at the Biltmore Estate defines cute.

Baby Chicks

HGTV contributor and homesteading expert Mick Telkamp captured these adorable baby chicks.

French Alpine Baby Goats

Brother and sister baby goats.

Spring Lamb

HGTVGardens community member Gail shared this adorable image of her granddaughter cuddling a baby lamb.

Baby Bunny

A tiny bunny nestled in the grass, captured by HGTVGardens community member Bayyy22.

Newborn Goat

This French Alpine goat is just getting used to walking upright and was photographed at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.

Baby Chicks

These 7-day-old chicks need a warm environment of at least 90 degrees to thrive.

The Awkward Years

We love HGTV writer Melissa Caughey's description of this chick in its "awkward phase."

Baby Chipmunk!

HGTVGardens community member bourkebabe submitted this awesome photo of a baby chipmunk.

Duckling

Michele Walfred, an HGTVGardens community member, saw this baby duckling at the edge of her pond and snapped away. We're glad she did!

Baby Calf at Blackberry Farm

Cows, sheep, pigs, and llama are just some of the livestock on the farm.

Baby Owl

The gardens at Quinta Mazatlan are home to barn owls, great horned owls, and eastern screech owls. Some nest in natural cavities or old woodpecker holes.

Baby deer

Could anything be sweeter than a fawn nestled in the garden?

Baby Pigs

A family of large black pigs live at Blackberry Farms in Walland, Tennessee.