Wild Florida Photo
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The Only in Florida program will be presented at the following locations:
Only in Florida at Stetson
Tues. Jan 17, 2017
Lyonia Chapter, Florida Native Plant Society
Only in Florida at Jonathan Dickinson State Park
Fri. Feb. 24, 2017
Kimbell Center Art Gallery, Hobe Sound, FL
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In the coastal areas of Florida can be seen marsh rabbits, always near water, usually fresh or brackish, and as can be seen here, along the ocean beach dunes.
These rabbits are found near freshwater marshes and estuarine areas throughout most of Florida. They range through the coastal plain from the Florida panhandle to southeastern Virginia.
These medium sized rabbits are dark brown to reddish brown with a dark belly. The head and tail of marsh rabbits are smaller than eastern cottontail rabbits. Sylvilagus palustris have short rounded ears and small feet with long toenails on the hind feet. Males and females appear similar.
The marsh rabbit is primarily nocturnal, although it can often be seen while foraging in the morning or early evening.
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