Cottontail rabbit fact sheet

Do you like animals and enjoy solving puzzles?In this sticker kit, we’ve provided lots of shapes you can use to form pictures of 12 different animals found in America’s national parks: mountain lion, raccoon, red fox, great horned owl, opossum, cottontail rabbit, black bear, deer, ground squirrel, bobcat, marmot, and gray wolf. The cottontail rabbit gets its name from its fluffy tail that resembles nothing less than a cotton ball. Get some quick facts on the habitat of this creature of the wild. Washington Fact Sheet State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement (SAFE) Washington Ferruginous Hawk Overview The Ferruginous Hawk SAFE is a new initiative of the familiar Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). Like traditional CRP, SAFE is a voluntary program that pays eligible landowners and operators to address priority natural resource concerns.A rabbit can jump up to 36"(90cm) in height and up to 10 feet (3 metres) in length. Perhaps some lesser known rabbit facts are that rabbits can see behind them without rotating their head but they have a blind spot directly in front of their face. The giraffe is an even-toed ungulate from the same family as the camel and is the tallest of all animals that live on land. Click for more kids facts and information or download the worksheet collection.