What other animals use rabbit habitat?

Mammals like bobcats and snowshoe hares, plus many rodents; birds like American woodcock, ruffed grouse, indigo buntings, eastern towhees, and brown thrashers; and reptiles like box turtles, wood turtles, and green snakes. More than 60 species of wildlife that need this kind of habitat have shown population declines in recent years. Many other more-common animals that usually live in other habitats, including mature forest, also seek out young forest and shrubland to find food or shelter during different seasons or stages of their lives.