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Wildlife Identification

Rabbit Damage

Photo: Laura Kammin
A clean cut made by a rabbit that clipped off the flower stem of this tulip.
Note the clean cut made by a rabbit that clipped off the unfurled leaf of this tulip.
Photo: Laura Kammin
Rabbits will eat the tips off of newly emerged tulip leaves.
Rabbits will eat the tips off of newly emerged tulip leaves.
Photo: Dan Ludwig
This prairie clover was clipped by a rabbit. Note the smooth 45 degree angle of the cut stems which is typical of rodents and rabbits.
This prairie clover was clipped by a rabbit. Note the smooth 45 degree angle of the cut stems which is typical of rodents and rabbits.
Photo: Laura Kammin
This small shrub was damaged by a rabbit. Note the clean-cut stems.
This small shrub was damaged by a rabbit. Note the clean-cut stems.