Clark the Carver from Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings has the ability to use his chainsaw to carve many types of creations. One type of carving that is very popular with customers is the chainsaw carving of animals. The chainsaw carving itself is made from wood which is a very natural element so it is only fitting that animals are a huge hit. One type of animal carving that Clark the Carver receives lots of requests around Spring and Easter time are rabbits. They are a cute cuddly creature that can be depicted well in a chainsaw carving. It may interest you to know that there are many species of rabbit that exist. This blog is just part one in a series of rabbit chainsaw carvings!
Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carving List Some of the Rabbit Species Found Around The United States
Pygmy Rabbit: The pygmy rabbit is a small species of rabbit that is often found in states like Nevada, California, Idaho, Utah and even Montana. They are dependent on a plant called sagebrush. They use the sagebrush for two purposes. The first purpose is for ground cover. Pygmy rabbits will make pathways through the sagebrush and use the tall bush to hide from predators. The second purpose is for food. The colder winter months mean the pygmy rabbit is staying in their burrows to avoid the cold. They are known to eat almost solely sagebrush during this period of their life. Pygmy rabbits tend to live up to five years in the wild.
Snowshoe Hare: The name does not lend to the fact but the snowshoe hare is actually the smallest hare in North America. They are an interesting hare because they change color fur depending on the season and time of the year. During the snowy winter months they are covered in a bright white coat but in the spring they are brown. That way no matter what the terrain is, they can blend in. The also have hairy feet that help them cope with the cold weather they live in.
Arctic Hare: This is a hare that is found in coastal areas and usually in cold and snowy climates. They are a hare that is good in the winter and usually have a white fur coat with some black accents. They have a small window to reproduce and that means that they only have two litters in the year. Many other hares will reproduce much more often.
Black Tailed Jack Rabbit: These are an interesting rabbit. They are a large jackrabbit that can come in at six pounds fully grown. They don’t really need to use a burrow and will just use the desert plants to live in and hide from predators. They are brown and black in coloring and have long front legs that make them really fast when they need to move.
Alaskan Hare: These are a hare that are found in Alaska hence the name. They are a huge hare and come in fully grown up to 11 pounds. Despite their large body size, they have short ears and are usually white in color. They live in harsh climates so they will only have one litter of babies each year.
Rabbit, Hare, Bunny & More Wood Chainsaw Carvings in Las Vegas & Helena Montana
If you want to have a rabbit or other animal or figure chainsaw carved out of wood, call Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings today to place your custom order or come by Jones Feed on 6515 W Lone Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89130 on sunny days to view our current inventory in stock and watch Clark carve his next masterpiece!