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Mark Heatherington / 12 items

N 59 B 4.0K C 15 E Apr 9, 2019 F Apr 17, 2019
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A close up of one of the pair that live in the thicket near my mail box.

Black-tailed Jackrabbit- Lepus californicus

The black-tailed jackrabbit has long ears with black tips and very long front and rear legs. It is about 18-24 inches long and weighs four to eight pounds. It has peppery brown fur and a black stripe that runs down its back. The black-tailed jackrabbit is not really a rabbit; it is a hare because its young are born with fur and with their eyes open. Males and females look alike, but females are usually larger.... The black-tailed jackrabbit can be found in the western United States from Washington south to California and east to Nebraska and Texas. It is an introduced species in Kentucky and New Jersey."
- www.nhptv.org/natureworks/blacktailedjack.htm

Tags:   Black-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus californicus Jackson County Oregon USA Mark Heatherington close up

N 74 B 1.6K C 26 E Feb 20, 2019 F Mar 8, 2019
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Black-tailed Jackrabbit- Lepus californicus

Brown Acres - Rogue Valley - Jackson County - Oregon - USA

The black-tailed jackrabbit has long ears with black tips and very long front and rear legs. It is about 18-24 inches long and weighs four to eight pounds. It has peppery brown fur and a black stripe that runs down its back. The black-tailed jackrabbit is not really a rabbit; it is a hare because its young are born with fur and with their eyes open. Males and females look alike, but females are usually larger.... The black-tailed jackrabbit can be found in the western United States from Washington south to California and east to Nebraska and Texas. It is an introduced species in Kentucky and New Jersey."
- www.nhptv.org/natureworks/blacktailedjack.htm

Tags:   Black-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus californicus Brown Acres Rogue Vally Jackson County Oregon USA Mark Heatherington

N 63 B 1.4K C 21 E Jul 19, 2019 F Jul 26, 2019
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Rogue Valley - Jackson County - Oregon - USA

"The black-tailed jackrabbit has long ears with black tips and very long front and rear legs. It is about 18-24 inches long and weighs four to eight pounds. It has peppery brown fur and a black stripe that runs down its back. The black-tailed jackrabbit is not really a rabbit; it is a hare because its young are born with fur and with their eyes open. Males and females look alike, but females are usually larger.... The black-tailed jackrabbit can be found in the western United States from Washington south to California and east to Nebraska and Texas. It is an introduced species in Kentucky and New Jersey." - - www.nhptv.org/natureworks/blacktailedjack.htm

Tags:   Lepus californicus Black-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus californicus Rogue Valley Jackson County Oregon USA Mark Heatherington Hare

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Rogue Valley - Jackson County - Oregon - USA

The black-tailed jackrabbit has long ears with black tips and very long front and rear legs. It is about 18-24 inches long and weighs four to eight pounds. It has peppery brown fur and a black stripe that runs down its back. The black-tailed jackrabbit is not really a rabbit; it is a hare because its young are born with fur and with their eyes open. Males and females look alike, but females are usually larger.... The black-tailed jackrabbit can be found in the western United States from Washington south to California and east to Nebraska and Texas. It is an introduced species in Kentucky and New Jersey."
- www.nhptv.org/natureworks/blacktailedjack.htm

Tags:   Black-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus californicus Rogue Valley Jackson County Oregon USA Mark Heatherington

N 77 B 1.9K C 12 E Mar 7, 2020 F Mar 17, 2020
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Rogue Valley - Jackson County - Oregon - USA

The black-tailed jackrabbit has long ears with black tips and very long front and rear legs. It is about 18-24 inches long and weighs four to eight pounds. It has peppery brown fur and a black stripe that runs down its back. The black-tailed jackrabbit is not really a rabbit; it is a hare because its young are born with fur and with their eyes open. Males and females look alike, but females are usually larger.... The black-tailed jackrabbit can be found in the western United States from Washington south to California and east to Nebraska and Texas. It is an introduced species in Kentucky and New Jersey."
- www.nhptv.org/natureworks/blacktailedjack.htm

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Tags:   Black-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus californicus Rogue Valley Jackson County Oregon USA Mark Heatherington Rabbit wildlife hare


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