cottontail

(redirected from cottontails)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for cottontail

References in periodicals archive ?
Only young squirrels and cottontails should be cooked hot and fast, and even they benefit from a parboil or short simmer before getting dropped in the fryer.
We conducted occupancy modeling for three mammal species with adequate data: raccoons, eastern cottontails, and coyotes (Appendix 1).
Between 1978 and 1982, cottontails were the second most frequently observed road-killed mammal in central Georgia averaging 2.
Although the invading eastern cottontails do well in neighborhood yards, parks, open fields and pastures, New England cottontails need dense shrub lands and thickets to hide from predators and survive harsh winters.
Rather, they are eastern cottontails (Sylvilagus floridanus), which were introduced to the region decades ago and have thrived and multiplied as fast as rabbits are rumored.
While the method of hunting seemed to be that cottontails were snared and trapped on the valley floor (Flannery 1967), Flannery (1967) and Webster (1986) suggested that perhaps smaller fauna such as rabbits were trapped during wetter seasons because larger game was more difficult to find in wet seasons when vegetation was blossoming in 7000-3500 B.
The roadrunner captured and killed a juvenile desert cottontail nearly as large as itself (Fig.
How Bunnies Got Their Cottontails is a perfect bedtime book to have your little ones on their way to sweet and happy dreams
Overall, there were 327 specimens identified as belonging to either cottontails (n=248) or jackrabbits (n=79) from the two sites, with 74 cottontail and 67 jackrabbit bones present at 41MM340 (Meissner & Mahoney 2003); and 174 cottontail and only 12 jackrabbit bones present at 41MM341 (Shaffer 2006).
Cottontails pursued by hounds are on high alert and will employ a variety of tactics to evade their pursuers.
Herbaceous plants dominate the preferred diet of deer and cottontails during the growing season.
Ultimately, the goal of this investigation was to determine if New England cottontails occurred on tribally owned properties.
Cottontails Nappy Laundry Service is run by Liverpool-born Jenny Baker and Frank Baker from Ellesmere Port.
Colorado in the spring sees fewer crowds than other times, providing an opportunity to hike some of the state's most spectacular trails all by yourself--well, except for the bighorn sheep, cottontails, mule deer and river otters you might glimpse during your forays into the Centennial State's breathtaking wilderness.
Eastern cottontails (Sylvilagus floridanus; hereafter referred to as cottontail) are an important game animal in the United States.