A few days ago, while searching for rabbits in a new area, I found another hole, this one larger and marked with coyote tracks. This was in a narrow fringe of riparian woods; the "front" entrance was just a few steps into the woods from a cornfield.
The "back" entrance, significantly tighter and better hidden, overlooked a (currently dry) creek down a relatively steep bank.
I wouldn't be at all surprised if this burrow is used for denning this spring. Situated at least a quarter-mile (and probably farther) from human habitation, in edge habitat, with access to water, this is essentially a textbook den location.
God bless the corners of this house
And be the lintel blest
And bless the hearth and bless the board
And bless each place of rest...
—a traditional Irish blessing