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Black-tailed jackrabbit - Wikipedia

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The black-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus californicus), also known as the American desert hare, is a ... The black-tailed jackrabbit does not migrate or hibernate during winter and uses the same habitat o...

Jackrabbits, Jackrabbit Pictures, Jackrabbit Facts - National ...

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Type: Mammal; Diet: Herbivore; Average life span in the wild: 1 to 5 years; Size: 2 ft ... Black-tailed jackrabbits are common in American deserts, scrublands, and ...

Black-tailed Jackrabbit - Lepus californicus - Blue Planet Biomes

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Although it is called a rabbit, the black-tailed jackrabbit is really a hare. ... Jackrabbits live in the extreme environments of the desert and chaparral, where ... This is kind of gross, but when they poop out their food the first time, they will eat the ...

Jackrabbits - Big Bend National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

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What Trash Can Tell Us · When Does Trash Become History? .... The black-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus californicus) is found throughout the western ... Hares live in open areas and rely on running in a zigzag pattern to escape their predators. ... Jackrabbits forage for food early in the mornings and late in the evenings, dozing in ...

Black-tailed Jackrabbit (Lepus californicus) - Texas Parks & Wildlife ...

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Life History: The Black-tailed Jackrabbit spends most of its day resting in a scratched-out hollow in the ground. They are generally most active at dusk and ...

Black-tailed Jackrabbit - Sacramento Splash

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After food is digested for the first time, the rabbit eats its “cecal” pellets. ... Life cycle: The female Black-tailed Jackrabbit gives birth to several litters between ...

ADW: Lepus californicus: INFORMATION

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Black-tailed jackrabbits inhabit desert scrubland, prairies, farmlands, and dunes. .... Jackrabbits obtained their name from early settlers of the Southwest who, ... living in the Nearctic biogeographic province, the northern part of the New World. .... ADW doesn't cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest ...

White-tailed Jackrabbit - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

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The blacktail is gray to blackish, has a black tail, and does not change color in ... early settlers called them “jackass rabbits,” later shortened to jackrabbit. ... (In Montana, black-tailed jackrabbits live only in the state's far southwestern corner.)  ...

Blacktailed Jackrabbit - Nevada Department of Wildlife

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Blacktailed jackrabbits are common in nevada's desert and foothill landscapes. Jackrabbits live in the extreme environments of the desert and chaparral, where ... more of the moisture and nutrition that was missed in the first digestive process.

Black-tailed Jackrabbit - Lepus californicus - Details - Encyclopedia ...

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They live in some of the hottest and driest regions of the continent, can survive on poor-quality foods, ..... Similarly, black-tailed jackrabbit occupies clearcuts and early seral ... Black-tailed jackrabbit does not migrate or hibernate during winter

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Black-tailed Jackrabbit- Lepus californicus - NatureWorks

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Black-tailed Jackrabbit The black-tailed jackrabbit mates year-round. Males and females will leap after and chase each other during ...

Jack Rabbits - DesertUSA

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Of these, only the Black-tailed Jack Rabbit (Lepus californicus) is a desert dweller , ... His cousin the Antelope Jack Rabbit (Lepus alleni) prefers to live in the ... In early winter it turns snow white, except for the tips of its ears, which remain black.

Species Spotlight: Black-Tailed Jackrabbit

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They got their name from early settlers of the southwest who called them “jackass ... Adapted to Oklahoma's open landscapes, black-tailed jackrabbits live in ...