Exploding rabbit populations threaten Regina's trees

February 13, 2019
Rabbits in Regina are targeting trees as a food source due to the depth of snow and their inability to reach grass and other vegetation.
Rabbits in Regina are targeting trees as a food source due to the depth of snow and their inability to reach grass and other vegetation.
Feb. 13, 2019 – Regina's efforts to save its city trees are being challenged by an exploding population of rabbits. Deeper snow has resulted in rabbits choosing trees to feast on, resulting in the city taking new measures to control the animal population.

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