Jack rabbits have returned to the outer coast. Until about five years ago, they lived in high densities in the dunes and chaparral both north and south of Abbott’s Lagoon. At times, regular highways of trails snaked around the sand dunes, and I’d often flush one out from under lupines. But the drought meant the loss of . . .

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