Not in Australia for Easter, thank you very much. Rabbits are considered a national pest here. In 1827, a farmer introduced this invasive species for hunting. Without natural predators, rabbits have spread all over Australia, squeezing out native species.
In fact, there is a movement to replace the Easter bunny with the Easter bilby.
For Easter this year, I’m doing my part by looking for a chocolate bilby for my Easter basket.