SINCE WE ALWAYS HAVE NEW MEMBERS - HERE ARE THE RULES - YOU CAN ONLY GUESS 1X BEFORE NYACK COMES BACK WITH THE ANSWERS AS TO WHICH LETTERS ARE CORRECT.
HOWEVER IF YOU REALLY THINK YOU KNOW THE ANSWER - YOU CAN GUESS - BUT PLEASE DON'T GUESS UNLESS YOU ARE PRETTY SURE - IT MESSES THINGS UP IF YOU GUESS PART OF IT AND NOT ALL OF IT - THEN I NEVER KNEW WHAT LETTERS TO TAKE OFF ETC. HOPE THAT MAKES SENSE!
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I thinks I knows it!!!! Is it a New England Cottontail??????
lol.. I couldnt resist this one... no petitions today- Happy April Fools Day!
New England Cottontail
The New England Cottontail (Sylvilagus transitionalis) is a species of cottontail rabbit represented by fragmented populations in areas of New England, specifically from southern Maine to southern New York. This species bears a close resemblance to the Eastern Cottontail, but this species retains its brown color during winter, making it easy prey to coyotes and owls when it cannot find adequate habitat cover.
Populations have declined by 86 percent over the past 50 years. Because of this decrease in this species' numbers and habitat, the New England Cottontail is currently a candidate for protection under the Endangered Species Act. Cottontail hunting has been restricted in some areas where the Eastern and New England Cottontail species coexist to protect the remaining New England Cottontail population.
Rabbits require habitat patches of at least 12 acres to maintain a stable population. In New Hampshire, the number of suitable patches dropped from 20 to 8 in the early 2000's. The ideal habitat is 25 acres of continuous early successional habitat within a larger landscape that provides shrub wetlands and dense thickets. Federal funding has been used for habitat restoration work on state lands, including the planting of shrubs and other growth critical to the rabbit's habitat. Funding has also been made available to private landowners who are willing to create thicket-type brush habitat which doesn't have much economic value.
Yipppeeeee!! Got the cottontail part first. Great one for Easter, Nyack! Our wild buns here in Western Canada look almost identical. I have 2 that come to my wild bird feeding area every day. Hoppy Easter everybody!!
Congratulations Kim and Happy Easter to everybody.
Nyack liked youy April Fools Day cartoon! Liked the Rabbit pictures and the info thanks.