Because a jackrabbit does not need ground cover, it’s not unusual to see damage to plants around urban and suburban developments. Terrell P. Salmon, courtesy UC Statewide IPM Program

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More about rabbits

By From page A8 | January 26, 2014

Another thing about rabbits: they are usually hungry. “Rabbits can be very destructive in gardens and landscaped places. This is particularly true where uncultivated lands border residential zones, parks, greenbelts or other landscaped places,” according to UC IPM.

Jeff Hudson

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