I'd picked that specific spot because a friend of mine, John Nally, farms the area and had reported seeing a number of swamp rabbits
when he was combining the corn fields," Albert explains.
Various government incentive programs can be used by private landowners to improve or create swamp rabbit
habitat in southern Illinois.
Keywords: Swamp rabbit
, Sylvilagus aquaticus, home range, southwestern Indiana
Therefore, we collected swamp rabbit
age and sex ratio, reproductive status, body mass, and hind foot lengths from mandatory hunter bag checks and examined them among years to better understand population demographics and morphometrics.
Milk, you see, was promoted as an aphrodisiac
Key words: Sylvilagus aquaticus, swamp rabbit
, reproduction, nests, litter size.
Jackrabbits Sylvilagus floridanus + Eastern cottontail Sylvilagus audubonii + Audubon's cottontail Sylvilagus aquaticus + Swamp rabbit
Beware Angry Bunnies: While Jimmy Carter was fishing in Georgia in 1979, a swamp rabbit
gnashing its teeth swam toward his canoe.
Addison Homes - a company that builds and certifies 100% of its homes to rigorous Energy Star[R], EarthCraft House[TM] and/or DOE Challenge Home standards - is building Greenville's first mainstream, affordable Zero Net Energy home in Trailside, a new neighborhood adjacent to Greenville's Swamp Rabbit
The swamp rabbit
(state-endangered) once occurred in several southwestern Indiana counties, but currently occurs along the Wabash River mainly in the north and south portions of Gibson County.
Plants cut by wild swamp rabbits
(Sylvilagus aquaticus) were noted as part of a study aimed to assess swamp rabbit
habitat in the Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana after Hurricane Andrew struck in August 1992 (Helm 1995).
An adult female swamp rabbit
(TSU 587) was taken 3 mi.
com)-- A new, active-lifestyle neighborhood adjacent to the Swamp Rabbit
Trail in Greenville, SC, is designed to bring extreme energy-efficiency into the Upstate South Carolina housing market.
Mickey Heitmeyer and Leigh Fredrickson, wetland biologists with UM's Fisheries and Wildlife Department, are looking at six wildlife communities--anurans (frogs and toads), songbirds, birds-of-prey, bats, swamp rabbits
, and waterbirds--and determining, among other things, where and how to plant different crops and trees to best benefit them.
In Louisiana's Natchitoches Parrish, for example, swamp rabbits
, mink, and white-tailed deer will benefit from AMERICAN FORESTS' planting of 200,000 black oak, nutall oak, and green ash.