Rabbit plan

UVic will try trap-neuter-relocate in new year.

The University of Victoria has chosen Common Ground, a wildlife control company, to start up a pilot project to test the best ways to capture, spay and neuter, and relocate about 150 pesky feral rabbits said to pose a health hazard on the campus’s athletic fields.

The university decided earlier this year on this latest tactic and put out a call for proposals in September.

A long-term management plan to reduce the rabbit population on university grounds to sustainable levels will follow.

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