Varying hair helps harried hare
- Snowshoe hare. // Outdoor Life;Jan97, Vol. 199 Issue 1, p30
Features the wild animal snowshoe hare. Distribution in North America; Population cycle; Change of the color of its coat in the summer; Place in the food chain; Diseases; Need to examine its liver for tularemia infection; Snowshoe's tracks.
- Astrology for snowshoe hares. Rankin, Bill // National Wildlife (World Edition);Jun/Jul95, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p16
Reports on the explosion of the snowshoe hare population in Canada and the United States. Population cycle that snowshoe hares go through; Other animals that experience population rises and falls; Impact of solar cycle on hares' population.
- Hopping unnoticed. Boutin, Stan // World & I;Feb94, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p204
Focuses on the snowshoe hare of North America. Habitat of the snowshoe hare; Adaptation to varying temperature conditions; Molting process; Range and distribution of the snowshoe hare; Diet changes; Hares as coprophagous; Reproduction; Demographics of the snowshoe hare; Relationships with other...
- More Hares. // National Geographic Little Kids;Jan/Feb2015, Issue 48, p15
Photographs of various hares including scrub hare, European hare and snowshoe hare are presented.
- Local heroes. Billington, M. // Harper's Bazaar;Oct91, Issue 3358, p134
Profiles David Hare, author of the new drama `Murmuring Judges,' and Richard Eyre, who will direct the play at London's Royal National Theatre. Backgrounds of the two men; Differing personal styles; Thoughts on British Theatre; Future prospects.
- Tracking 'shoes. Buckley, Bill // Outdoor Life;Mar96, Vol. 197 Issue 3, p80
Presents the author's views on snowshoe hare hunting. Early efforts of the author in hare hunting; Sites where snowshoes concentrate; Common behavior of hares.
- Hare-y tales. // Ranger Rick;Mar2000, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p10
Focuses on stories about hares from around the world.
- The meek do inherit. Dalrymple, Byron W. // Field & Stream;Sep96, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p32
Provides information about the different species of rabbits. True rabbits; Hares; Cottontail; Jackrabbit; Snowshoe rabbit; Population; Reproductive cycle; Eating habits; Physical characteristics.
- Tops for high-country hares. McCoy, John // Field & Stream;Dec96, Vol. 101 Issue 8, p74
Focuses on the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania and Virginia as hunting destination for snowshoe hares from November 2 to February 8. Location sites; Habitat features; Bag limits; Other recommended places.