One week of care for a cottontail at Wild ARC
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This sponsorship supports a week of care and rehabilitation of a special wild animal like this Cottontail.
Most active just after dusk and just before dawn, Cottontails hide in thick brush during the day to stay safe. They need to be equally careful to keep their babies out of sight – young rabbits stay in shallow ground nests lined with dried grasses and fur from their mum’s belly. She only returns a few times between dusk and dawn to nurse her babies, leaving them alone the rest of the time to avoid attracting predators.