The next morning it appeared the stick had been moved. We peeked in the nest and the rabbits still seemed perky and even hopped a little. So we covered the nest back up and put the stick back. A little while later we saw a grown rabbit stop by our fence for a few moments and then hop off.
Then this morning I am looking out the window and saw a rabbit looking in the fence again for a moment, then hop off. At this point I started to get worried and went outside to check on the babies. They were both very still and it didn't look like they had made it through the night. I picked one up and it moved just a little bit and let out a little "meep". I grabbed the other one and ran them inside, wrapped them up in some fleece and managed to get both to drink a little water.
After lots and lots of researching, and a plurk & Artfire spaz out, I got the general info to help keep them alive until I could get some help from the wildlife center. We have still not been able to get ahold of the wildlife center. We also called many vets in town and they all sent us somewhere else, apparently no one is too concerned with saving rabbits in Amarillo =( I went and bought some puppy milk and we finally got them to eat some (they're so sweet when they stick their little tongues out). We've got them nestled into a fleece "nest" in a little cardboard box on a heating pad set on 'low'. They're still doing pretty rough. Going to feed them again right before I go to bed and hope they make it through the night. From what I've read they are less than a week old, their little ears are still back and their eyes haven't opened yet.
The babies snuggling up after dinner
Waiting for his turn to eat