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Q: Are there any white tailed jack rabbits in Idaho? I know they look similar to showshoe hares but are larger.
A: Yes. Both white-tailed and black-tailed jackrabbits are found in Idaho. I found the following information on the National Geographic website. White-tailed jackrabbits are another common species. They frequent North America's plains and farmlands, though they also inhabit wooded areas. They are ...
A: Rabbits: Cottontail Rabbit & Snowshoe Hare Seasons 3/1/12-8/31/12 Either-sex Mountain Cottontail Rabbit Falconry Idaho Statewide 4/1/12-8/31/12 Either-sex Snowshoe Hare Falconry Idaho Statewide 8/30/12-2/28/13 Either-sex Mountain Cottontail Rabbit Short-Range ...
A: Jackrabbits can be hunted year round and taken in any number; they are classified as an unprotected animal. You must have an Idaho hunting license.
A: The short answer to your question is no. Legal hunting hours in Idaho are limited to daylight only. This is defined as one half hour before sunrise to one half hour after sunset for most species. It is legal to hunt some predators including coyotes and jackrabbits after dark with the aid of ...