I really don’t get the logic of that noun, but then I am not the one in charge…yet! These bobcat pictures were taken during my photography workshop in April. Using habituated animals in a controlled environment is the best way to get closeup and interesting shots of these cats. Plus they look great!

We (Paw – Photographers Alliance Workshops) will be offering another chance to photograph wildlife this fall in Montana. There are still some spaces open if you’d like to join me. Full details about the photography workshop can be found on the PAW website…HERE.

In case you were curious:

  • Average life span in the wild: 10 to 12 years
  • Size: Head and body, 26 to 41 in (66 to 104 cm); tail, 4 to 7 in (10 to 18 cm)
  • Weight: 11 to 30 lbs (5 to 14 kg)
  • The bobcat is the most abundant wildcat in the U.S. and has the greatest range of all native North American cats.

National Geographic has a ton more information about bobcats…HERE.

These images were taken during a workshop in California and the area is all private property and besides we took the bobcats home with us!

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