I did a little jackrabbit research to try and determine which species may be surviving at [JFK] airport. Without a rear view photo of the species in question I could only narrow it down to a White-tailed or Black-tailed Jackrabbit. Based strictly on the open, grassland habitat, I'm guessing that it is more likely a Black-tailed Jackrabbit. White-taileds are generally found in mountainous regions. It is also interesting to learn that jackrabbits (or "hares") are not related to our Eastern Cottontails.
Yep, those are Black-tailed Jackrabbits, a southwestern species that has been present at JFK since the 1950s. And 39 of them were involved in runway incidents from 2000-2008.
(Please don't tell Bloomberg.)