RETURNING TO THE WILD: THE WASHINGTON PYGMY RABBIT
Giclee: 
Small (approx. 19" x 24")$525
Large (approx 24" x 36") $975
Small  Hand Embellished - $1000
Large Hand embellished  - $2000



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Studio on the Big Island of Hawai'i
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Pygmy Rabbit (Brachylagus idahoensis) Endangered, (Columbia Basin population)


During the winter months, 99% of the pygmy rabbit’s diet is sagebrush. It is the loss of the sagebrush habitat due to cattle grazing and conversion of land to farming in parts of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, which has led to the serious decline of this species. Despite the best efforts of the Oregon Zoo, Washington State University, and NW Trek Wildlife Park, captive breeding efforts have not been very successful.