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bobcat

see lynx. Called also bay lynx.
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The adult female was joined at this time by a juvenile bobcat presumed to be its cub, as bobcats are solitary other than female-offspring groups (Janecka et al.
They studied prey selection habits of bobcats reintroduced to Cumberland Island, Georgia, and documented the marsh rabbit (Sylvilagus palustris), white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), and cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus) as principal prey.
Where legal, hunting with hounds is exciting and fast-paced, and although this is a very successful method, bobcats are elusive and many chases end in failure.
Governor Pat Quinn today vetoed House Bill 4226, which would have allowed bobcat hunting in Illinois.
RUTLAND -- Residents have been wondering if what they saw over the weekend was a mountain lion or a bobcat.
Although bobcats can climb trees, they do the majority of their hunting on the ground.
Frustrated by the call Mike then performed a 2nd locate on the Bobcat and it was still reporting in the same location and was not moving (0 mph).
Bobcats are reddish brown or gray, white underneath and spotted with black.
Out of the confusion, the Bobcats left Bryant uncovered and he buried a 3-pointer without even a hand in his face to tie the score at 91-91 with 1.
The bobcats tend to stay out of the developed areas, but they often aren't far away," says Howell, who directs the Golden Gate bobcat work.
We have been in discussions with the Bobcats for quite some time and we have created a strategic program that will help LifeLock with both direct-to-consumer and business-to-business objectives," said Todd Davis, LifeLock Chairman and CEO.
To snap the skid, the Bobcats need to contain Paul George and get through the Pacers defense, which is ranked No.