By - 11/6/15 - 4:30 pm
Bunny on the Blue Line

UPDATE: Transit Police remind silly rabbits that seats are for kids.

Tamas K-L noticed the fuzzy family (a bunny and two cats, plus their human tenders) hurtling towards Wonderland this afternoon. No word if the woman is named Alice or if the rabbit was late.

Bunny on the B Line.

By - 10/13/15 - 9:27 am
Bunny on the B Line

Jenny Farrell spotted this bunny on the B Line last night (note cat as well).

By - 6/17/15 - 10:00 pm
Rabbit on Commonwealth Avenue near Boston University

Thereisnodog spotted this young bun on Comm. Ave. in the middle of BU today.

By - 1/16/15 - 7:56 pm
Bunny rabbit at the Federal Reserve Bank

At least two rabbits have taken up occupancy on the grounds of the Federal Reserve Bank downtown.

Jon Hickey photographed one of them last month. Christine reported late this afternoon:

Sitting in traffic on Congress St. next to Fed Reserve bank watching a rabbit pick through the dead garden.

By - 9/25/14 - 9:23 am
Allston white rabbit

Roving UHub photographer Christopher Wagner reports on his encounter with the Allston white rabbit:

A couple days ago I was walking to my car and spotted him again. When I crouched down to try and get a picture, he hopped right out from under the white Subaru in the picture and stopped right in front of me. I’m thinking it has to be either an escaped or released pet ‘cause he’s awful comfortable around people. Also the whole albino thing. There was another time in front of my house when he was casually munching on some plants growing between the sidewalk cracks about 10 feet from where I was standing. Not sure what’s going to happen once winter comes, I think the times they will be much sadder.

Anyway I love the fact that there is a white rabbit in Allston.

By - 9/18/14 - 8:42 am
Greyhound spots white rabbit in Allston

Andrea Crossan shows us what happens when a greyhound spots the fabled white bunny of Allston - on Islington Terrace.

Pandapwr, meanwhile, gets up and personal with one of the fabled white squirrels of the West End.

By - 3/31/14 - 11:11 am
Swan in the Fens

Masstreehugger photographs the latest addition to the Fens, wonders how he or she will get along with the Canada geese, and adds:

Note in foreground the stripped bark off the trees leaning over the water - courtesy of recent rabbit infestation in the park. They eat bark in order to survive winter, effectively killing the plant although it may resprout from roots. There will be lots of dead wood all over the park this year.

By - 11/15/13 - 9:16 am

The man was holding the rabbit, Rachel Chapman reports.

By - 8/16/13 - 12:10 am

Cambridge Police report a Holmes Street resident who has repeatedly had decapitated rabbits and internal organs dumped on his front porch woke up to more rabbit guts on Monday:

An unknown person left the hind quarters and internal organs of a small rabbit on his front porch.

Earlier, police said they likely culprit wasn't unknown - he was some guy from East Boston.

By - 7/3/13 - 11:34 am

Mambo Miam Miam photographs an actual rabbit hopping along the Commonwealth Avenue Mall.

By - 2/16/13 - 11:18 am

Early this morning, John Hawkinson tweeted:

Just saw a rabbit in Mid-Cambridge 20' off Mass Ave. When did this start?

Quite awhile ago, according to our go-to guy for matters Cantabrigian, Robert Winters:

There were rabbits sighted this past year off Harvard Street between Trowbridge & Ellery Sts. They're around.

Nat Tarbox adds:

By - 7/15/11 - 12:05 am

A concerned roadrunner sends up a flare from Fairmount Hill in Hyde Park:

There are coyotes all over the place up here.

Illustrating the complaint is a high-quality photo of an eviscerated rabbit.

By - 5/15/11 - 11:55 am

Mike Ball is astonished to read in the New York Times that "the increasingly rare New England cottontail rabbit" can only be glimpsed in tangled thickets. Astonished because a family of cottontails are regular visitors to his front yard in Hyde Park's Fairmount Hill:

By - 6/22/08 - 9:36 pm

Coming home from downtown tonight, we saw a rabbit dart across the Jamaicaway (Arborway? Centre Street?) by the Poor Clare Nuns. The thing is, it had the light! Who knew they knew how to press the pedestrian-crossing button?

By - 9/4/06 - 9:31 pm

Miss Diana writes she is enjoying her new apartment in East Boston, but then reports: