With hopes of "priming the pump", I'd like to share some Essex bobcat photos. Maybe, maybe it will inspire a stealthy wild cat or three to venture my way this winter. With fresh snow on the ground, it's once again perfect conditions for tracking wild critters wandering in our … [Read more...] about Essex Bobcat Photos
Our latest batch of photos from Beaver Brook land, protected by Eddy Foundation and Northeast Wilderness Trust, with a proposed CATS trail through, includes these nice ones of Bobcat, Black Bear, and Coyote, as well as Turkeys, Raccoons, squirrels, and deer. Success of wildlife … [Read more...] about Split Rock Wildlife Sightings: Black Bear, Bobcat, & Coyote!
This is the first in a new series called "Split Rock Wildlife Sightings" which will feature periodic updates of wildcam photos taken in the Split Rock Wildway. If you do not know much about this wildway and are curious please review this series. This recent batch of photos … [Read more...] about Split Rock Wildlife Sightings: Bear, Bobcat, Coyote
Many of the once great wildcats of North America have been persecuted to extinction or have had their numbers dramatically decreased. In my previous post, "Lynx rufus: Our Resilient Bobcat," I explained how the Bobcat has persevered in our region; however, some are pushing to … [Read more...] about Why Bobcats Should Be Protected
People have too oft neglected or persecuted cats. When early human colonizers arrived in North America millennia ago, this great land was graced with many cat species, including American Lion, American Cheetah (why Pronghorn "antelope" in American West can run 60 mph), … [Read more...] about Lynx rufus: Our Resilient Bobcat