This grouse season, I was hunting with my dad and our buddy and we normally talk about all kinds of things while hunting. We see a lot of hare tracks normally when we are out in some of our covers so we started talking about rabbit hunting. My dad and his buddy (who are now each 69 years old), had beagles growing up in the 50's and 60's. My dad hunted in Cambria County and our buddy grew up in Tennessee. My dad said that every once in a while they would kill what they called "woods" rabbits and his buddy said they would shoot a rabbit they called "blue bellies" which were smaller than a cottontail and always around swamps. I think that what my dad thought were woods rabbits were actually snowshoe hares but am not sure what our buddy was shooting in Tennessee. My question is, what so you guys think they thought were "wood rabbits" and "blue bellies"?