Hare, there and everywhere

Photos by Stephanie Smith

We always have cottontails around, but lately black-tailed jackrabbits (Lepus californicus) have been putting in appearances too, sometimes in pairs and threes. Here’s one fellow, prepping for the summer race with the desert tortoise.

More: http://digital-desert.com/wildlife/jackrabbit.html


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One Response to Hare, there and everywhere

  1. Bob Peterson says:

    Beautiful photos! Those ears are amazing! Your Black-tailed jackrabbits make our Eastern cottontails look positively dull.
    Reading the linked article, I think it’s cool that the referenced authors of the study of what desert mammals eat are both named Chew 🙂

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