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Related to cottontails: cottontail rabbit, Sylvilagus floridanus, Eastern cottontail rabbit

cottontail

a wild rabbit, Sylvilagus spp.
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After an hour drive to the Refuge, the two cottontails are released into a one-acre outdoor fenced area lush with blueberry, goldenrod, northern bayberry, and poison ivy.
Although the invading eastern cottontails do well in neighborhood yards, parks, open fields and pastures, New England cottontails need dense shrub lands and thickets to hide from predators and survive harsh winters.
On the 23rd of August 2014, Jonz Journey Studios hosted the premiere of the Teenage Kung Fu Cottontails at the Thelma Dewitty Theatre in West Seattle.
He ate some juicy carrots and told the Cottontails about his adventure.
Bryant (1916) recorded a newborn desert cottontail (Sylvilagus audubonii) in the stomach of a roadrunner, although it was not known if the roadrunner killed or scavenged the cottontail.
Barbara Prignano's imaginative children's story How Bunnies Got their Cottontails tells how a bright boy and a curious bunny find each has just what the other needs.
When chased by beagles, cottontails usually run in a circle, eventually returning to the general area where they started.
Evidence indicates feeding preference in dense overstory transects by cottontails (stem shearing--A, B, D), and deer (October fraying of foliage stems--A & B).
Ultimately, the goal of this investigation was to determine if New England cottontails occurred on tribally owned properties.
Cottontails Nappy Laundry Service is run by Liverpool-born Jenny Baker and Frank Baker from Ellesmere Port.
Colorado in the spring sees fewer crowds than other times, providing an opportunity to hike some of the state's most spectacular trails all by yourself--well, except for the bighorn sheep, cottontails, mule deer and river otters you might glimpse during your forays into the Centennial State's breathtaking wilderness.