Freed non-native rabbits wreaking havoc on lawns

July 11, 2019
Non-native, domestic European rabbits that are free-living in the environment as abandoned pets, or offspring of such animals, are legally designated “feral rabbits” under the BC Wildlife Act.
Non-native, domestic European rabbits that are free-living in the environment as abandoned pets, or offspring of such animals, are legally designated “feral rabbits” under the BC Wildlife Act.
July 11, 2019 – A pair of non-native rabbits free-living in the environment as abandoned pets have multiplied significantly, and the family is destroying lawns in a two-block neighbourhood of Parksville, B.C., one disgruntled neighbour claims. Attempts to find answers from various agencies about how to deal with the rabbits have proved futile.

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