The Bobcat is a wild cat indigenous to North America. The Bobcat is so named for its short or "bobbed" tail. It stands approximately 10-12 inches high at the shoulder and is brownish grey in color. They have reddish-brown or yellowish-brown coats that are streaked with black or dark brown. Bobcats pointed ears with a tuft of black hair at the tip. The male Bobcat typically weighs 24-35 lbs.
Their habitats is most of western and southeastern United States and Mexico. There are few Bobcats in Canada, which is the primary habitat of the related Canada Lynx.
Bobcats are carnivores that typically hunt wild rabbits, hares, and rodents, but will also attempt to hunt the larger deer in winter months when other food is scarce.
Bobcat Fun Facts, Fact Sheet, Conservation Status and Description from the National Zoo. https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/bobcat Bobcat
The Bobcat is a small wild cat indigenous to North America. They have reddish-brown or yellowish-brown coats that are streaked with black or dark brown academickids.com/encyclopedia/index.php/Bob... Bobcat
Information and videos of bobcats. bigcatrescue.org/bobcat-facts/ Lynx rufus
Bobcats are found throughout North America from southern Canada to southern Mexico. In the United States population densities are much higher in the southeastern region than in the western states. animaldiversity.org/accounts/Lynx_rufus/ Bobcat
A fact sheet provided by Big Cats Online, includes information, photos, and a distribution map. whozoo.org/Intro2001/collkenn/ICK_Bobcat5.h... Bobcat Lynx rufus
Biology, behavior, habitat, population and protection status of the bobcat. desertusa.com/april96/du_bcat.html Animal Tracks - Bobcat
Bobcat's tracks and natural history, with notes about personal encounters with bobcats. bear-tracker.com/bobcat.html