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SCDNR - Mammal - Species - Bobcat

Bobcat (Lynx rufus) Males are larger than females. Their color ranges from grayish brown to reddish brown with black spots on the legs and lower sides. The tail is short or "bobbed" from which the bobcat gets its name. Their legs are longer than those of domestic cats. The oldest recorded bobcat in South Carolina was 15 years old.

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Bobcat | Missouri Department of Conservation

The bobcat is a yellowish- to reddish-brown cat streaked and spotted with black. It has long hind legs, a short, broad face, and a short ("bobbed") tail. The backs of the prominent, pointed ears are black with a central light-colored spot. Ear tufts, when present, are black. Both sexes look alike. The pupils of the eyes are oval (vertically narrowed) in bright light but nearly round in dim

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Bobcat - North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

The bobcat is a carnivore that favors early successional prey such as rabbits and mice. Bobcats may also consume birds, cotton rats, white-tailed deer, rodents, gray squirrels, raccoons, opossums and snakes. Bobcats are active year-round and can be active day or night, but tend to exhibit crepuscular (dawn and dusk) activity.

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Bobcat - Wikipedia

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Bobcat: One Tough Animal® - Official Bobcat Company Site

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Bobcat | Wildlife | New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

Bobcat are reported to have an average life span 2-5 years in the wild with a low number of individuals living up to 15 years. Age data recorded from bobcat collected in NH supports these reported ages. A female bobcat recovered in Hebron NH was aged at 13 years in 2012 while a male bobcat from Stoddard NH aged at 14 years during 2018.

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Bobcat | Wildlife - Fairfax County

Bobcat. Appearance. Bobcats (Lynx rufus rufus) are 2 to 3.5 feet long, typically stand 1.5 to 2 feet at the shoulder, and weigh 10 to 30 lbs. Males are noticeably larger than females. Body color ranges from light brown to brown fur with distinctive black or dark brown spots, lined markings, and a short bobbed tail.

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Doosan Bobcat launches electric compact loader

1 day ago · Doosan Bobcat unveiled an all-electric Bobcat T7X compact track loader at this week's CES technology show in Las Vegas and Sunbelt Rentals announced it would make a "significant investment" in the machine. The manufacturer said the T7X was the first loader of its kind to be fully electric, offering benefits of eliminating hydraulic

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Bobcat Facts, Photos, Sounds, News and Videos

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Caught on video: Close encounter with a bobcat

2 days ago · Caught on video: Close encounter with a bobcat. LAKELAND, Fla. (WWSB) - Tampa resident Cherice Lewis had a rare up-close look at a bobcat while at the Circle B Bar Reserve near Lakeland on Monday

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TractorData.com Bobcat CT2025 tractor information

Bobcat CT2025 tractor overview. Photos: No photos of the Bobcat CT2025 are currently available. To submit yours, email it to [email protected] may only be used with the permission of the original photographer.

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Bobcat Plus Inc. | Bobcat Plus Inc. | Wisconsin's Largest

Bobcat Plus is Wisconsin's largest Bobcat dealer. We started as one small dealer and have grown to three locations, Butler, DePere, Appleton, and Eau Clair Wisconsin. We are here to handle all your parts and service needs as well as selling and renting Bobcat loaders excavators, tractors and utility vehicles.

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Bobcat - ohiodnr.gov

The bobcat ( Lynx rufus) is a species that is native to Ohio, and one of seven wild cat species found in North America. Domestic cats belong to the same family, Felidae, as the bobcat. Prior to settlement, bobcats were common throughout Ohio, but were extirpated from the state in 1850. They began to repopulate Ohio in the Mid-1900s.

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Bobcat - Facts, Diet, Habitat & Pictures on Animalia.bio

The bobcat is North America's most common wildcat and is named because of its short, bobbed tail. It is a medium-sized cat, slightly smaller, though similar in appearance to the lynx, its cousin. Its coat color ranges from shades of brown or beige, with …

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Bobcats in New Jersey

Wildlife and nature in Northwest New Jersey Skylands: The bobcat, carrying a freshly killed rabbit, slipped through some mountain laurel. Almost three feet long and twenty inches high at the shoulder, in good years she might weigh as much as twenty-five pounds. If desperate —or lucky—she could take down a small deer.

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Bobcat - Connecticut

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Bobcat | National Geographic

A bobcat made a rare daylight appearance around a stream in Washington State's Olympic National Park this week. The occasion: the annual salmon run, in which hundreds of thousands of fish make

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Bobcat | Minnesota DNR

The bobcat is the most common of Minnesota's three native wildcat species (the others are the cougar and Canada lynx). About 2,000 bobcats live in northern Minnesota. Few humans ever see a bobcat in the wild. The bobcat appears smaller and more slender than the lynx.

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Bobcat | National Geographic

A bobcat made a rare daylight appearance around a stream in Washington State's Olympic National Park this week. The occasion: the annual salmon …

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Bobcat Company - YouTube

Welcome to the official Bobcat Company North America YouTube Channel. More than 50 years ago, Bobcat Company unleashed a way to work better, smarter and faster with the introduction of the Melroe

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