We ask each other that question every few days. Simon is our only wild rabbit this year. He (she?) has stayed around and lives in harmony with the chickens. The dogs would love to chase him, and they do if they get a chance, but he mostly stays in areas that are inaccessible by the dogs.
This is Simon. He has a home under a woodpile and another one deep inside an evergreen shrub.
We are delighted that Simon has stuck around. We call him Simon because we already have someone named Peter in our family. In the past, when we had an old wood deck on the front of the house, many many wild rabbits had babies under there. We would see several babies each year and it was such a delight to watch them run around. But the downside was that a neighborhood cat would stalk them and it worried me all during the baby bunny season. As an aside, said cat, whose name was Mr. Jeffers, was spotted alongside the road about a year ago. He shall hunt no more. RIP Mr. Jeffers.
We haven't had rabbits besides Simon in the past year. We replaced the wood deck with concrete and they all moved away. I have many photos of baby bunnies who lived on our property. I like to think all of these grew up, moved away to another property, and are raising happy bunnies of their own.