Tahoe has three species of regularly occurring rabbits and hares. They occupy a central ecological role between vegetation structure and medium to large predators, yet almost no attention has been paid to their status and distribution at Tahoe. During the last half-decade, Nuttall's Cottontails (Sylvilagus nuttallii) have expanded their range across the north Tahoe basin and spread all the way up into Squaw Valley. Is this why Gray Foxes have been moving into the Tahoe basin at the same time? Snowshoe Hare (Lepus americanus) are a regular component of Tahoe's west shore fauna, but what about the Carson Range? And what's the story with White-tailed Jackrabbits (L. townsendii)? Are they really extirpated from the region (as they are officially considered by USFS, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit and Nevada Department of Wildlife)? TINS is interested in all of these questions.