Wild rabbits eat a variety of foods but the major component of their diet should always be grass. Grass helps keep wild rabbits' digestive tracts working. Twigs and hay also are healthy for wild rabbits. More »

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Rabbits are herbivores and grass and hay are major parts of their diets. Pellets, generally sold for domesticated rabbits, can be fed to wild rabbits, but they are a high-fiber concentrated food source that should not be... More »

People feeding baby rabbits do need to be trained on proper technique and schedule. Many baby rabbits die from inexperienced people trying to feed them and injuring or overfeeding them. More »

Wild rabbits eat things such as lettuce, twigs, grass, herbs, clover, bark and buds. Rabbits also eat leafy weeds, and they search for fruit and crops to eat. More »

Wild rabbits mostly eat grass, hay, wildflowers, clovers, weeds and garden and farm crops during summer and spring. They settle for twigs, barks, buds, conifer needles and greens in fall and winter. Rabbits, both the wil... More »

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Wild hares and rabbits live all throughout the world and can generally be found in dense forests, tundra and grassland regions. One common type of rabbit, the cottontail, is common in urban areas in North America. It is ... More »

A group of rabbits living in the wild is called a colony or nest. All rabbits, except cottontails, live underground in burrows, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows is called a warren. Cottontail rabbits live above ground... More »