I know that rabbits eat their droppings (cecotropes) and I have heard of feeding rabbit droppings to pigs. Rabbits are vegetarians. There droppings do not have the same consistency or negative secondary factors as carnivores or omnivores (i.e. people, dogs, cats, etc). In essence rabbit poop is partially digested plant material.
In a survival situation, finding and catching rabbits can be done, but it's not easy. Finding and picking up rabbit droppings, would be a lot easier.
Can a person safely eat rabbit droppings? If yes is there any nutritional value in it?
Note: this question is only about the fecal droppings NOT the cecotropes. Cecotropes are NOT easy to find.