Wildlife Photography Workshop – Bobcats


I’m finally getting around to looking at some of the images from my wildlife photography workshop in California. It was a great photography workshop with great clients and a fabulous Yosemite valley setting. These bobcats were awesome to photograph, so photogenic!

Collective Nouns and Other Fun Facts

There are three (that I know of) collective nouns for bobcats- a tantrum, a clutter and a clowder. I have no idea what those words have to do with a bobcat, but there you have it. I personally think that a tail of bobcats would be much better!

  • Males are called Torn
  • Females are called Queen
  • Baby bobcats are called kittens
  • Weight: 16 to 30 pounds (7.3 to 14 kg) [male]; 20 pounds (9.1 kg) [female]
  • Length: 26 to 41 in (66 to 104 cm)
  • Tail Length: 4 to 7 in (10 to 18 cm)
  • Habitat: Woods, forest, swamps and semi-desert areas
  • Lifespan: 10 to 12 years

Bobcat Photo Gallery

Prints and More Bobcat Photography

You can view my portfolio of bobcat images and order prints…HERE.

Wildlife and Nature Photography Workshops

I won’t be back in California next year, but I do have several wildlife photography workshops on my calendar, so be sure to check it out.

If you are interested in learning more about my photography workshops, click the button!

Wildlife Nature and Creative Photography Workshops

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