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An active Columbia Basin pygmy rabbit burrow is seen in the Beezley Hills Preserve.

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A place for pygmy rabbits: Gift of land near Quincy helps in species recovery
April 9, 2021 1 a.m.

A place for pygmy rabbits: Gift of land near Quincy helps in species recovery

A new gift of land to The Nature Conservancy, 282 acres near Quincy, will help secure a future for the endangered Columbia Basin pygmy rabbit.

Roller coaster to recovery: Local pygmy rabbit effort shows alarming numbers
February 23, 2021 1 a.m.

Roller coaster to recovery: Local pygmy rabbit effort shows alarming numbers

Ten years since the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife began reintroducing these rabbits into the wild, the most recent effort, which began in 2011, is dominated by booms and busts, said WDFW biologist Jon Gallie.