BAMBI: Pretty. Flower.
THUMPER: That's not a flower. He's a little...
FLOWER: That's all right. He can call me a flower if he wants to. I don't mind.
BAMBI: Pretty. Pretty flower.
THUMPER: I think I better go home now.
BAMBI: Mother, what we going to do today?
BAMBI'S MOTHER: I'm going to take you to the meadow.
BAMBI: Meadow? What's the meadow?
BAMBI'S MOTHER: It's a very wonderful place.
BAMBI: Then why haven't we been there before?
BAMBI'S MOTHER: You weren't big enough.
BAMBI: Mother, you know what?
BAMBI'S MOTHER: What?
BAMBI: We're not the only deer in the forest.
BAMBI'S MOTHER: Where did you hear that?
BAMBI: Thumper told me.
BAMBI'S MOTHER: Well, he's right. There are many deer in the forest besides us.
BAMBI: Then why don't I ever see them?
BAMBI'S MOTHER: You will, sometime.
BAMBI: On the meadow?
BAMBI'S MOTHER: Perhaps. Hush now. We're almost there.
BAMBI: The meadow.
BAMBI'S MOTHER: Wait. Bambi, wait. You must never rush out on the meadow. There might be danger. Out there, we're unprotected. The meadow is wide and open, and there are no trees or bushes to hide us. So we have to be very careful. Wait here. l'll go out first. And if the meadow is safe, l'll call you. Come on, Bambi. It's all right. Come on.
THUMPER: Good morning, Prince Bambi.
MRS. RABBIT: Good morning, young prince.
BAMBI: Hello. What ya eatin'?
THUMPER: Clover. It's awfully good. It's delicious. Why don't you try some? No, not that green stuff. Just eat the blossoms. That's the good stuff.
MRS. RABBIT: Thumper.
THUMPER: Yes, Mama?
MRS. RABBIT: What did your father tell you?
THUMPER: About what?
MRS. RABBIT: About eating the blossoms and leaving the greens?
THUMPER: Oh, that one. Eating greens is a special treat.