Conservation and Trapping Science

Newspaper: Mating calls from a bobcat are, well, creepy
Jan 9, 2022 05:56 ET

The first time one hears the mating season calls of a bobcat, the inclination is to go home and thereafter avoid the location where you heard those sounds.

This time of year and later into winter, bobcats participate in annual breeding duties. They are solitary animals most of the year. A litter of young-of-the-year juveniles may remain pretty closely with a mama cat through late fall, but even these family groups tend to dissolve as the matriarch nears the mating period.

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