Eastern Cottontail Rabbit | Sperr Park | New York
Eastern Cottontail Rabbits are one of the most adorable little creatures that can be seen pretty regularly if we spend time out and about.
I seem to find Eastern Cottontail Rabbits at the borders of two environments. Particularly where a woodland ends and a field or other grassy area begins.
The Eastern Cottontail Rabbits may use the woods for shelter and staying safe from predators.
Then they emerge into the grassy fields to eat.
If you frequently visit parks with this type of environment you will probably find rabbits.
In places where the rabbits live and there are frequent human visitors the rabbits can be rather tolerant of our presence and allow for some nice up close photography.
Photo details: Nikon D500. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420mm. ISO 1600. 1/640 sec. f/5.6.
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More photos of wildlife can be found in my gallery of Assorted Mammals.