Habitat for thebrush rabbit consists of riparian areas that contain willow thickets (Salix spp.), California wild rose (Rosa californica), Pacific blackberry (Rubus vitifolius), wild grape (Vitis californica), Douglas' coyote bush (Baccharis douglasii) and various grasses. The rabbits have small home ranges that are limited by the size of available brushy habitat.
Areas such as marshes or swamps that are covered often intermittently with shallow water or have soil saturated with moisture.
A natural body of running water.
Environments influenced by humans in a less substantial way than cities. This can include agriculture, silvaculture, aquaculture, etc.
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