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 rabbit babies should be fed specialized formula obtained from a vet, while weaned wild rabbits generally eat whatever vegetation is available in their habitat. It's important to make sure that a mother rabbit has tr... More »

Most wild rabbits enjoy eating various herbs and grasses. They also eat their first passing of feces, known as cecotropes. These are passed again through the digestive system to extract as many nutrients as possible, the... More »

During periods of warmth and fauna abundance, wild rabbits eat grass, weeds, wildflowers, clover and crops grown on farms or in gardens. In the cold winter months, their diet shrinks to twigs and bark, conifer needles, b... More »

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As herbivores, pikas have a diet that consists mainly of tall wildflowers, grass and weeds. Pikas prepare for the cold winters by collecting food in the summer when there is more of an abundance of grasses and weeds. To ... More »

Wild bunnies and rabbits are herbivores, feeding on greenery, flowers, clovers, fruits and vegetables and drinking water. During colder months, they forage for plant shoots, tree bark and pine needles. Kits, or baby rabb... More »

Domestic rabbits eat the same thing no matter the season because their diets are controlled, but wild rabbits may have to adjust a bit from the preferred grass and leafy weeds to bark, twigs and even conifer needles. Rab... More »