The Boise area is home to a variety of wildlife species, including wild rabbits & hares.

Boise’s foothills, BLM land, and forested environments support populations of mountain cottontails, snowshoe hares, as well as two species of jackrabbits. These animals are capable of rapid reproduction; their burrowing habits and voracious appetites can spell trouble for Boise properties & gardens.

Quick Facts

Size: 1-2 feet long, depending on species.

Lifespan: 2-7 years.

Diet: Grasses, sagebrush, juniper, fruits/berries.

Habitat: Scrubland, forests, rocky areas.

Why keep rabbits off your property?

  1. Garden destruction: Wild rabbits can cause significant damage to your garden & surrounding landscaping. They have a tendency to nibble on & uproot plants, flowers, and vegetables.
  2. Disease transmission: Wild rabbits can carry diseases which may be transmitted to pets or other wildlife, such as tularemia or parasites.
  3. Property damage: wild rabbits often create burrows underground, causing damage to lawns, flower beds, and landscaping. This behavior can result in mounds or holes, which are unsightly and may be dangerous for people or pets to walk on.

Boise Rabbit Control, Trapping, and Removal

If you suspect rabbits are on your property, contact us today! Our professional technicians will perform a thorough inspection of your property to determine the most effective Boise rabbit control solution.

If rabbits are invading your property, contact us at 208-949-1003