First off, I'm not a lawn manicurist like many people, but I do like to keep in decent shape. My neighbor for the last couple years almost never cut the grass, and it turned into a wildlife sanctuary. (There were rabbits, skunks, squirrels, etc...) over there all the time. I finally got a new neighbor, and they're cutting the grass regularly, but the rabbits are still hanging around. I have nothing against the rabbits, and like watching them, but they are destroying my yard. I have small holes dug all over the yard, and I don't know what they're digging for. I'm assuming that this is the rabbits, since they're the only thing that has changed in recent years, but I have yet to actually see them digging. Do rabbits normally dig? If so, what are they digging for? I suppose it could be squirrels, burying nuts, but I've had squirrels around for years, and have never noticed this problem. Finally, how can I fix the problem. I certainly don't want to kill the rabbits, but I'm considering selling my house this fall, and a butchered yard surely isn't going to increase the value any. Has anyone else experienced a similar problem, if so how did you get rid of it. I'd like to somehow chase them off, or dissuade them from continuing, short of poisoning them.