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Easter Decor; Wood Chainsaw Carved Bunnies Part Three; Eastern, Mountain, Appalachian & New England Cottontail & Marsh Rabbit

A custom wood carving is a great addition to any home. You can have a carving that means something special to you or you can go with something natural and fun. A great carving that is fun for anyone is a rabbit or hare. They are a critter that is cute and cuddly and a great option for a wood carving. Rabbit is a general term that can be used to describe any one of 15 different species.

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Eastern Cottontail: If you want to have a carving that mimics that of an eastern cottontail you are looking for a cute rabbit that is found in many parts of the U.S. and even into Canada. The eastern cottontail is usually between tan, brown, black and of course has the sign of a cottontail with a nice white tail. They are a smaller species of rabbit and generally weigh about three pounds. They eat lots of plants and they use a burrow or cave to get away from any predators or the weather. They can run fairly quickly up to about 18 miles an hour. They are known to run in a zig zag pattern to stay away from danger.
Mountain Cottontail: The mountain cottontail is its name but also describes the terrain that they choose to live. This rabbit is often found in areas that surround the Rocky Mountains. The interesting thing about this species of cottontail is that they have a larger litter that is usually around seven. They are born hairless and the moms have to stay with them and take care of them in a den. They have the white fluffy tail and are a mix of browns, grays and blacks.
Appalachian Cottontail: This is a rabbit that is not commonly found and are in a very small region of the Appalachian Mountains. They are not reproducing like they used to and that is why they are on the decline in population. They are different in coloring because they also have the standard colors as well as some reds. They are also a small species of rabbit and tend to give birth to a litter quite often. They pull their own hair out and use that to help secure a soft nest for their young. After about a month of living with the mother, the babies will be off on their own.
Marsh Rabbit: These are a very small rabbit that are really only about two pounds in total weight. They are found in areas that are like the swampy areas and marsh lands. They are interesting in the fact that they are able to swim away if a predator starts to come after them.
New England Cottontail: The New England Cottontail is a rabbit that found obviously in New England and also in New York. They are not found as often as they used to be and are on a decline. They are finding trouble locating food because they don’t do well in many ecosystems. They are very particular where they choose to live and are found in tangled undergrowth.

Rabbit, Jackrabbit, Cottontail, Hare, Bunny & More Wood Chainsaw Carvings in Las Vegas & Helena Montana

If you want to have a rabbit or other animal or figure custom chainsaw carved out of wood, call Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings today to place your custom order.

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