white-tailed jackrabbit

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Noun1.white-tailed jackrabbit - largest hare of northern plains and western mountains of United Stateswhite-tailed jackrabbit - largest hare of northern plains and western mountains of United States; brownish-grey in summer and pale grey in winter; tail nearly always all white
jackrabbit - large hare of western North America
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1.5 0.8 4.1 17.4 12.9 43.1 Lepus townsendii -- -- -- -- -- -- Chiroptera spp.
Deer (mule and white-tailed) had the highest frequency of occurrence (50.0%; n = 7) in cougar diets, followed by other mammalian species (i.e., beaver (Castor canadensis), porcupine, badger (Taxidea taxus), jackrabbit (Lepus townsendii), mink (Mustela vison) and rodents; 42.86%, (Table 2).
Distribution % Common name Scientific name territories MAMMALS Nuttall's Cottontail Syvilagus nuttalii 17.4 Black-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus californicus 4.3 White-tailed Jackrabbit Lepus townsendii 4.3 Yellow-bellied Marmot Marmota flaviventris 56.5 Hoary Marmot Marmota caligata 4.3 Columbian Ground Squirrel Urocitellus columbianus 4.3 California Ground Squirrel Otospermophilus beecheyi 34.8 Tree Squirrel Sciurus spp.