Athletic Fields at the University of Victoria have been damaged by about 150 feral rabbits, causing a potential hazard for student athletes. As a result university officials have decided to round up the rabbits and have them sterilized and relocated.
The school hired a wildlife damage-control company to remove the rabbits to an animal sanctuary.
The plan is to create rabbit free zones around the school and reduce the rabbit population to a manageable level.
Read more at The Times Colonist.