Open daily 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m.
There is one male rabbit here, Edward, at the Seneca Park Zoo. Edward was born in 2006 and came to the Zoo in 2009.
Rabbits are not threatened, in fact, their numbers have been increasing due to their prolific breeding rates. Wild rabbit depredation can be problematic for agriculture because of their appetites and the rate at which they breed.
Rabbits can be found in the wild, occurring naturally or as an introduced species on every continent except Antarctica.
Rabbits are herbivores (eats plants). They eat leaves of a wide range of vegetation including agricultural crops, cereals, young trees and cabbages.
Rabbits use their ears as "air conditioners" and direct heated blood through to the thin ears to cool them with surface air.