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9308
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During mating season, jack rabbits are particularly feisty and will fight with other jacks or even does. North Carolina folklore has it that saying “rabbit, rabbit, rabbit” upon waking up the first morning of a new month will bring good luck for that month. There are also a number of folk stories concerning hunting rabbits.\r\n
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 47 Issue 10, Mar 1980, p22, por
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8516
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The Taylor family of Vance County--Ed, Bill, and Dungee--have been hunting rabbits in the northern Piedmont for decades. The ingredients for a good hunt are few--hunters, dogs, guns, and good cover filled with rabbits. In this interview, the Taylors discuss their years of hunting rabbits and what they have learned.
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27398
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A group of rabbit hunters who have been hunting together for 30 years share tales of their hunting expeditions with their beagles, and share their hopes that rabbit hunting will continue in the future.