Animal Exchange- Bobcat

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Animal Exchange- Bobcat

Fact:Bobcats are nocturnal and like to be secluded from humans. Bobcats are very timid and like to avoid human contact. sunset and remains active until midnight or a few hours before sunrise, hunting while it is dark.

Fact:Bobcats are crepuscular, meaning that the bobcat becomes active near sunset and remains active until midnight or a few hours before sunrise, hunting while it is dark.

Eat:rabbits, deer, mice, domesticated goats and sheep

Habitat:Desert and Mountain

Bobcats in El Paso

The Bobcat’s Songby Mary Brunini McArdleAmber my eyes in the gloaming,Quietly my padded feet tread —Predator loose in the forest,Filling his victim with dread;Sooner or later I’ll find him;Best that he’s careful tonight!Stealthy and graceful the stalker,Frozen the prey poised for flight.Favor me not nor my hunting —Pity the poor rabbit’s fate;Counter me not in my hunger;Both our lives interrelate:His is the low and the softer,Mine is the high and the strong;Beautiful each in our places:That is the heart of my song.

EL PASO TIMES - Emergency crews are trying to corral a bobcat reported in the 9900 block of Railroad in Northeast El Paso.The first reports of the bobcat came in to police around 9:30 a.m.Police confirm to NewsChannel 9 that the animal was spotted and that efforts are underway to trap it.This sighting follows the discovery earlier this week of a mountain lion in downtown El Paso.Authorities shot the animal dead saying it posed a danger to people.Experts say animals are likely to come down from the mountains into the city in search of water during the extended drought.More details on the bobcat sighting to come on ktsm.com and on NewsChannel 9 at 5, 6 and 10 o'clock.


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