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The species is classified as a species of least concern by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, but in the U.S. is considered threatened because of climate and habitat threats to snowshoe hares, their primary prey.
However, thanks to extensive wildlife habitat management in recent years, Michigan’s snowshoe hares have been given a leg up in their fight for survival.
Climate change has not been kind to Michigan’s snowshoe hare.
Ken Marsh, spokesman for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, said some snowshoe hare populations appear to be growing in portions of Southcentral Alaska.
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