South of the Fraser

Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Langleys

The rabbits re-emerge

Run rabbit run


After months of only seeing the occasional raccoon and skunk it's nice to know there are more critters out there.

Rabbits live the brambles and woods around the greenways and lots that slice their way through Surrey, even the developed urbane Whalley areas.

Now that the weather is a little warmer you can sometimes get a glimpse of them skirting the edges of the ubiquitous blackberry bushes. A good time to look is  just as it gets light. I wouldn't worry about your dog getting them: they're pretty fast and those thorns will stop anything bigger than a small cat pretty quick.

Rabbits stick close to the blackberry bushes


Info on South of the Fraser River: Surrey, Delta, White Rock, City of Langley, Township of Langley, Fort Langley. Maybe a bit of Abbotsford, just for fun.

This site is experimental. See About (top right) for more, or Blog for meta-information. The working goal is to create an almanac of items, tidbits of information and methods of gathering information.

Right now the site is biased to just south of the Fraser River, within the northern reaches of great City of Surrey, but there is some foraging further afield.

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