Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Easter Bunny.
Easter Bunny Tracker FAQs
When the Easter Bunny Tracker is running, the system will transition through different operational states. The states that end in the letters ing (such as Initializing) are typically transitional states do not last very long. The other states (such as Online) are longer in duration.
Easter Bunny Tracker Operational States
|Online||The Easter Bunny Tracker is running normally. The Easter Bunny is being tracked.|
|Being upgraded||The Easter Bunny Tracker is being replaced with a newer version including a smartphone app.|
|Initializing||The Easter Bunny Tracker is preparing to start up.|
|Initialized||The Easter Bunny Tracker is in its initial startup sequence.|
|Maintenance||The Easter Bunny Tracker is undergoing maintenance.|
|Initial System Checks||The Easter Bunny Tracker is undergoing initial system checks.|
|Final System Checks||The Easter Bunny Tracker is undergoing final system checks.|
|Going Online||The Easter Bunny Tracker is preparing to go online.|
|Offline||The Easter Bunny Tracker has been powered down. The Easter Bunny is no longer being tracked in the web version. However, the Easter Bunny is being track in the app for Android.|
The Easter Bunny Tracker for the web will begin tracking the Easter Bunny as early as 5 AM Eastern Time (2 AM Pacific Time) on Easter Eve morning, Saturday, April 3rd, 2021. The date changes every year.
Our Easter Bunny Tracker provides real time interactive updates as soon as the Easter Bunny begins delivering eggs and candy across the globe. Normally, the Easter Bunny starts in the South Pacific and travels across the entire world all the way to the United States.
If you want to start tracking the Easter Bunny sooner or throughout the year, you can download the Easter Bunny Tracker app for Android right now.
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 3rd, 2021.
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. All updates, however, are posted on the Track Easter Bunny website.
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 Easter Bunny. All updates, however, are posted on the Track Easter Bunny website.
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, cameras, motion detectors and other sophisticated equipment) we aren’t able to report when the Easter Bunny has been spotted in every town.
But rest assured, while you may not see the Easter Bunny in your town on the map, the Easter Bunny will be paying you a visit. Make sure to zoom in and out on the map to see if the Easter Bunny is nearby.
An Easter Bunny icon means the Easter Bunny was recently spotted in that map area. It is a confirmed sighting by one of our official observers in the field.
An Easter Egg icon means the Easter Bunny has already visited that map area and was spotted.
Click on any of the Easter Bunny icons to learn more about the sighting such as the location and the Easter Bunny’s speed.
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.
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.