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Mature bobcat (Felis rufus) in tree, Utah, USA : Stock Photo
Bobcats are carnivores that prey on large birds, rodents and small mammals. They tend to be most active at twilight. They are native to scrublands, swamps and rocky areas from southern Canada to southern Mexico.

Mature bobcat (Felis rufus) in tree, Utah, USA

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Daniel J Cox
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Bobcats are carnivores that prey on large birds, rodents and small mammals. They tend to be most active at twilight. They are native to scrublands, swamps and rocky areas from southern Canada to southern Mexico.
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