Bobcat Caught on Video

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Bobcat Caught on Video
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By Beachcomber

A large cat (bobcat or lynx?) visits my SB creekside garden occasionally.
This still is from early this morning (Sunday)

Large cat in the yard Sept-12-1 from Beachcomber 105 on Vimeo.

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Beachcomber Sep 14, 2021 07:25 PM
Bobcat Caught on Video

OP here. Glad you like the bobcat. He (or she) first came to the cameras in early July. Two photogenic coyotes also stopped in around the same time. They'll be back.
The trail cams I use are called "GardePro A3 Trail Camera 20MP". About $70 each.
I got one in May, and another just like it in June. The garden gets skunks and possums almost every night, and occasional big predators. I'll post good ones when they arrive.

biguglystick Sep 26, 2021 10:21 AM
Bobcat Caught on Video

SO COOL, Beachcomber!!! I have got to get some trail cams for our yard! I love our wild neighbors.

Mo-leta Sep 14, 2021 10:51 AM
Bobcat Caught on Video

You are so lucky! The shot from 9/12 with the bobcat’s eyes all a glow. OMG
Allllll wonderful. Thx!!

Minibeast Sep 13, 2021 03:30 PM
Bobcat Caught on Video

Lynx, as we think of them (not to be confused with our local Bobcats), reside in the northernmost parts/forests of USA : Alaska, Montana, Wyoming, Maine and with a smattering of 100 or less individuals recorded in Washington state = Canadian lynx: Lynx canadensis. There are Lynx in Canada with Europe and Asia hosting other species of Lynx. The European Lynx is the largest of the Lynx family, topping out (weight) at around 64 lbs and are known to bring down smaller deer, among other prey.

Zenyatta19 Sep 13, 2021 03:08 PM
Bobcat Caught on Video

Beautiful healthy looking cat! So nice to see this.

Curmudgeon Sep 13, 2021 01:45 PM
Bobcat Caught on Video

All Bobcats are Lynx, but not all Lynx are Bobcats.
So, in this case, calling it either one is technically correct.

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