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White Tailed Jack Rabbit

Lepus Townsendii

Description:

Hare in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. White fur in winter, brownish fur in summer. It always keeps it's black tipped ears and white tail no matter the season.

Habitat:

Prairies of North America

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3 Comments

Wild Sage
Wild Sage 5 years ago

So I think these rabbits are white tailed jacks. The tips of ears look black.

Wild Sage
Wild Sage 5 years ago

We have snowshoe hares and white tailed jack rabbits. The white tails have black ear tips and is brown ish in summer. The snowshoe hares have well furred paws and is grey ish in summer. As for rabbits we have nuttall's cottontail and eastern cottontail.

ForestDragon
ForestDragon 5 years ago

It looks to be a hare of some type to me. You may need to do a bit of research to find which species are in your area.

Wild Sage
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Wild Sage

Saskatchewan, Canada

Spotted on Apr 6, 2015
Submitted on Apr 7, 2015

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