Content tagged with "rabbit"

"Orphaned" Wildlife

It’s that time of the year again, when Missourians frequently call us to report that they have “rescued” or found “orphaned” wildlife or injured animals needing help. More

Back Cover

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"Back Cover" for the February 2004 Missouri Conservationist. More

Beagle Train

Three beagle hounds are walking in a line, on the trail of a rabbit.
Beagles are a big help to rabbit hunters. More

Better Rabbit Habitat

Tree cut down beside open field to create quail habitat
Learn to improve cottontail rabbit habitat on your Missouri land and to control wild rabbits if they become a nuisance. More

Black-Tailed Jackrabbit Best Managment Practices

Manage your Missouri land to help this endangered species. More

Chop and Drop This Winter

Tree cut down beside open field to create quail habitat
Instead of sitting inside on winter weekends, get the chainsaw tuned up and create escape cover for Missouri bobwhite quail and rabbits. More

Cottontail Rabbit Control

Eastern cottontail rabbit in grassy field
Learn to identify, prevent, and control cottontail-rabbit damage on your Missouri property. More

Drawn to Wetlands

Image of a swamp rabbit
What do waterfowl have to do with swamp rabbits? Take a few minutes and I'll show you what the connection is. More

Eastern Cottontail

Image of eastern cottontail
Sylvilagus floridanus
“Cottontail” describes the characteristic appearance of this rabbit's tail: when it is raised, the white undersurface is conspicuous and resembles a fluff of cotton. More