The snowshoe hare lives in the forest. They are found in the Northern U.S. mountain ranges through Canada and have been seen as far north as the Arctic Ocean.
Boreal Forest of North America
Herbivore, eat forest grasses and leaves
Throughout the year
2-3 litters per year, with 1-8 leverets per litter
White furred in the winter, they shed their coats in summer and are a tan color.
Snowshoe Hares are not endangered