Brush Rabbit
Feeding Signs
 

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Brush rabbit feeding sign on grass. Photo
                      copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.

Brush rabbit feeding sign on grass. Notice the clean cuts on these blades of grass. This is the sort of sign rabbits make. They have sharp incisors and can cut right through the vegetation. Deer lack upper incisors. Deer grip the vegetation with their bottom teeth and tear it off, leaving rough cuts.

 
Brush rabbit feeding on rush twig. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.

This neatly clipped rush stem is the result of feeding by a brush rabbit. Brush rabbits are tiny lagomorphs also called cottontails.

 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on grass. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
A neatly clipped blade of grass that was fed on by a rabbit.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign rushes. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
These rush stems show the 45 degree angle cuts that are often found where rabbits have fed.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on rushes. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
More rush stems fed on by a brush rabbit. These were found on the edge of a drying-up pond.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on grass. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
Close-up of blade of grass nibbled by a rabbit.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on grass. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
Blades of clipped grass as a result of rabbit feeding.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on grass. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
Blades of grass fed upon in a rabbit run.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on rushes. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
Stems from rushes fed upon by a brush rabbit.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on rush. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
Close-up showing the angled cut as a result of a brush rabbit feeding.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign and scat in grass
                    tunnel. Photo copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
Scats and stems that show feeding signs were found in this rabbit run.
 
Brush rabbit feeding sign on grass. Photo
                    copyright Kim A. Cabrera 2008.
Close-up of some grass blades fed on by a rabbit.
 


 

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