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New Education Rabbit at Audubon Center for the Northwoods

We at Wildwoods are good partners with the education mission of Audubon Center for the Northwoods in Sandstone, MN. The staff there are warm, welcoming, and supportive, and have occasionally taken an unreleasable wild animal and given it a meaningful life as an education animal. Like this gal:
















Five month old doe Netherland Dwarf and Lop mix. She will be representing a Eastern Cottontail rabbit since they do not tolerate captivity. She will be making appearances in MN Mammals, Animal Signs, and the Minnesota Wildlife evening program.

You have until end of day December 11th to submit a name for their new education rabbit. Visit their FB page for more info:

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4 Comment(s)

  1. Education Rabbit?!!

    Is that like “Justice Beaver?”

    Seriously, all wildlife education is awesome! I suggest Maria in honor of Maria Montessori

    baci | Dec 9, 2012 | New Comment
  2. How about naming her: “Dinner”?

    not there | Dec 10, 2012 | New Comment
  3. She’s just beautiful. how about Lulu? She looks like a sweet, floppy Lulu rabbit.

    emmadogs | Dec 10, 2012 | New Comment
  4. How about “Hosta” in honor of all the city garden plants her Eastern Cottontail brethren have consumed? Or perhaps “Very Expensive Hosta” for the more discerning rabbit?

    Fitz | Dec 10, 2012 | New Comment

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