Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Easter Bunny.
Easter Calendar FAQs (5)
Easter 2014 is on Sunday, April 20, 2014.
Easter 2015 is on Sunday, April 5, 2015.
Easter 2016 is on Sunday, March 27, 2016.
Easter 2017 is on Sunday, April 16, 2017. The date of Easter changes each year because it is determined by the lunar calendar.
Easter 2018 is on Sunday, April 1, 2018.
Easter Bunny Tracker FAQs (17)
Historically, the Easter Bunny’s first stop is Kiritimati or Christmas Island. Christmas Island is the easternmost island in the island nation of Kiribati located in the Pacific Ocean. Christmas Island was discovered by Captain James Cook on Christmas Eve, December … Continue reading
American Samoa has historically been the Easter Bunny’s last stop for Easter each and every year. The American Samoa islands are located in the South Pacific Ocean.
When the Easter Bunny Tracker is online, tracking the movements of the Easter Bunny, we make every effort to post status updates to our Facebook page, but we don’t necessarily post everything because we are busy monitoring the Easter Bunny. … Continue reading
When the Easter Bunny Tracker is online and the Easter Bunny is hopping around the globe, we make every effort to tweet status updates to our Twitter page, but we don’t necessarily tweet everything because we are busy monitoring the … Continue reading
Track Easter Bunny can always use the help of bunny trackers in the field, so we can plot more movements of the Easter Bunny as the Easter Bunny travels across the globe. We’re currently developing a program so you can … Continue reading
Unfortunately, we’re not able to show all the Easter Bunny’s movements on the Easter Bunny Tracker. We just don’t have the same staff or resources as NORAD or Google. While we have plenty of observers in the field (including people, … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny Tracker will begin tracking the Easter Bunny as early as 5 AM Eastern Time (2 AM Pacific Time) on Easter Eve morning, Saturday, April 4, 2015.
The Easter Bunny Tracker will begin tracking the Easter Bunny as early as 5 AM Eastern Time (2 AM Pacific Time) on Easter Eve morning, Saturday, March 26, 2016.
The Easter Bunny Tracker will begin tracking the Easter Bunny as early as 5 AM Eastern Time (2 AM Pacific Time) on Easter Eve morning, Saturday, April 15, 2017.
The Easter Bunny Tracker will begin tracking the Easter Bunny as early as 6 AM Eastern Time (3 AM Pacific Time) on Easter Eve morning, Saturday, April 19, 2014. Remember, the date of Easter varies from year to year. Easter … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny Tracker will begin tracking the Easter Bunny as early as 5 AM Eastern Time (2 AM Pacific Time) on Easter Eve morning, Saturday, March 26, 2016. Our Easter Bunny Tracker provides real time interactive updates as soon … Continue reading
An Easter Egg icon means the Easter Bunny has already visited that map area. An Easter Bunny icon means the Easter Bunny was recently spotted in that map area.
NORAD does not have an Easter Bunny tracker like they do for Santa Claus.
Like NORAD, Google does have a Santa Tracker that follows Santa Claus on Google Maps. However, Google does not track the Easter Bunny’s progress.
You can keep track of the Easter Bunny using TrackEasterBunny.com’s Bunny Tracker.
If you’d like to know where the Easter Bunny is right now, Track Easter Bunny keeps tabs.
The Easter Bunny usually delivers gifts late on the Saturday night before Easter Sunday, known as Easter eve. Easter Eve is the day immediately before Easter Sunday.
Easter Bunny FAQs (37)
For privacy purposes, the Easter Bunny’s mailing address is not published. However, you can reach the Easter Bunny by email at EasterBunnyEmail.com.
Easter weekend is the busiest time of the year for the Easter Bunny, so the Easter Bunny doesn’t get too much sleep. However, it’s only once a year that the Easter Bunny doesn’t get too much sleep. The rest of … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny’s favorite food is carrots. Carrots are a good source of nutrition and the Easter Bunny loves fresh carrots from the garden.
Many kids worry that the Easter Bunny won’t pay them a visit if they are traveling at Easter. Well, the good news is, there’s no need to be concerned. The Easter Bunny always knows where you are at Easter and … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny would never expect you to leave a treat, but if you do, carrots are always a good choice if you have them available. The Easter Bunny also loves drinking water. However, if you don’t leave anything, that’s … Continue reading
Egg-xercise and Hare-robics. The Easter Bunny also maintains a balanced diet and eats lots of carrots.
Yes, the Easter Bunny does lay bright colored eggs. It may seems strange to you that the Easter Bunny lays eggs, but it happens. However, because the Easter Bunny has to deliver so many Easter baskets once a year, the … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny lives in a top-secret location. Contrary to popular belief, the Easter Bunny does not live on Easter Island, a remote island located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. The name “Easter Island” was given by Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen, … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny is a hare, not a rabbit. Although rabbits and hares are a lot alike, there are several differences. For example, hares (like the one pictured) are generally larger and faster than rabbits and have have longer ears … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny’s true name remains a secret.
The Easter Bunny comes when you least expect it. It could be any time of day or night on Easter weekend. Many report that the Easter Bunny delivers baskets late on the night of Easter eve, when most kids are … Continue reading
No, you do not have to be asleep for the Easter Bunny to deliver Easter eggs and candy. But if you’re trying to catch a glimpse of the Easter Bunny, good luck. The Easter Bunny is remarkable at remaining unseen, … Continue reading
While it is believed that Santa carries a list of both naughty and nice children, the Easter Bunny does not have a similar list. However, the Easter Bunny does know which kids have been naughty, so it’s important you be … Continue reading
You have to believe in the Easter Bunny in order for the Easter Bunny to visit your home.
Scientists put the age of the Easter Bunny between 400 and 500 years old. So that means the Easter Bunny was born sometime between 1515 and 1615. Stories about the Easter Bunny began taking shape in the late 1600s.
A question on the mind of many children is how the Easter Bunny travels around the world. Like Santa’s remarkable sleigh, some things just can’t be explained by science. Despite extensive studies and research, researchers have not been able to … Continue reading
Yes, there is an Easter Bunny.
While Santa Claus has Christmas elves that acts as his helpers in the North Pole, it’s believed the Easter Bunny decorates eggs and fills candy without any help.
While a lot is not known about the Easter Bunny, the Easter Bunny is believed to be a boy.
The Easter Bunny’s telephone number is not published.
It may surprise you to know that the Easter Bunny does not live on Easter Island. The location of the Easter Bunny’s home is unknown. While the Easter Bunny’s official hideaway is a secret, what is known is that it … Continue reading
In addition to delivering Easter eggs and candy to the homes of children, it’s also been found that the Easter Bunny will sometimes (not always) bring a range of gifts including toys.
How does the Easter Bunny get into your house? That’s a question on the mind of many kids. The Easter Bunny has a magic key to get into your house.
There are many different names around the world for the Easter Bunny, but the Easter Bunny’s real name is unknown.
The Easter Bunny has never been caught. Despite the best efforts of scientists and other researchers over the years, the Easter Bunny remains elusive. And why would you try to catch the Easter Bunny?The Easter Bunny has deliveries to make … Continue reading
The exact birthday of the Easter Bunny remains uncertain. However, Scientists believe the Easter Bunny was born sometime around the 1600s.
The Track Easter Bunny Team has observers in the field each Easter that claim to have seen the Easter Bunny. The Easter Bunny looks like a large rabbit and walks upright. The Easter Bunny is very fast and has strong … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny is not your average size hare. While the average hare may be 1 foot to 3 feet tall and weigh anywhere between 3 and 12 lbs, the Easter Bunny is thought to be much larger.
According to historians, the origin of the Easter Bunny can be traced back to Germany.
The Easter Bunny hides eggs to help children have fun during Easter. It’s a lot of fun for the Easter Bunny to hide the eggs, but even more fun for kids to try and find all the different colored eggs … Continue reading
If you were the Easter Bunny, what would your name be? Jumpy Dimples? Snuggly Tail? Find your very own Easter Bunny Name at EasterBunnyName.com in two short steps.
The Easter Bunny brings joy and smiles to kids of all ages. The Easter Bunny is also known for bringing gifts which may include baskets of candy and eggs.
The Easter Bunny is said to be anywhere between 3 and 6 feet tall.
The Easter Bunny usually arrives the night of Easter eve, but has been known to come around midnight the morning of Easter Sunday.
The Easter Bunny does have an email address. EasterBunnyEmail.com is a website that sends email messages from the Easter Bunny to subscribers during the week of Easter.
Depending on the time of year, the Easter Bunny’s fur can be a different color. The Easter Bunny is a hare and hares have the ability to change color. For example, during the winter, the snowshoe hare’s fur is white, … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny delivers well over 1 billion baskets each Easter to kids all over the world. In 2014, for example, it’s reported that the Easter Bunny delivered just shy of 2 billion baskets – approximately 1,985,333,201 baskets.
Easter FAQs (3)
Easter Sunday is the day Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Easter Egg hunt is a game in which decorated eggs are hidden for children to find. The game may take place both indoors and outdoors.
Rabbit FAQs (2)
If you are wondering where the Easter Bunny lives, the real question you should be asking is, “Where do hares live?” The Easter Bunny is a hare, not a rabbit. While bunnies live underground in burrows or warrens, hares live above … Continue reading
The Easter Bunny has some competition when it comes to being the biggest bunny rabbit in the world. According to Guinness World Records, Ralph, a four-year-old Continental Giant rabbit from Sussex, England, is the world’s largest bunny rabbit. Here’s a … Continue reading
Other Easter Figure FAQs (1)
The Easter Bilby lives in Australia and is a rabbit-like marsupial. Some say the Easter Bilby helps the Easter Bunny deliver candy while in Australia. While these unofficial reports cannot be confirmed, the Easter Bilby is worth mentioning because Bilbies … Continue reading
Santa FAQs (3)
We do not track Santa Claus at Christmas. Our focus is on the Easter Bunny. The teams at NORAD and Google do a great job, so please visit their Santa Trackers during the Christmas season.
The NORAD Tracks Santa website goes live on Tuesday, December 1, 2015.
The NORAD Tracks Santa website goes live on Thursday, December 1, 2016.