Bobcat (Lynx rufus)
Photograph by Bobcat (Lynx rufus), taken at Sunol Park near Livermore CA, USA. License: Public Domain.
The Bobcat coat is buff and brown with some dark brown or black stripes and spots. The tail is tipped with black. The ears have tufts of hair on the tips and there are longer hair tufts on the sides of the head.
Red Lynx, Wildcat
Head and body length: 65cm - 105cm. Tail length: 11cm - 19 cm. Weight: 4 - 15 kg.
forests, mountainous regions, semi-desert, brush land
About three kittens are born after a gestation period of 60 to 70 days. The kittens open their eyes after 10 day. They are weaned after about 8 weeks.
A litter of three kittens is born after gestation period of 60 - 70 days. The young are fully weaned after 2 months.
Canada (S British Columbia to Nova Scotia), Mexico (south to Oaxaca), USA.
Photograph by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. License: Public Domain.
Photograph by NASA. License: Public Domain.
one-eyed Bobcat (Lynx rufus) kitten at Sequoia N.P., California, USA
Photograph by Cortada González, Laura. Some rights reserved.