More Bobkittens!

For the third year in a row, a set of three bobcat kittens have been photographed romping in front of the trail cam. The last sign of a bobcat prior to the appearance of the kittens was in April (see snowy shot below). Then the scene was relatively quiet for months…just birds, deer, rabbits, mice……

trail cam 12/18-2/19

The area these photos are taken is often referred to as a “wildlife corridor.” This term seems apt since so many different types of animals move through with no one staying too terribly long. This set of shots shows quite a coyote phase. Check out the photos of bobcat on the hunt at the end.…

Look who else is on the scene…

I’m pretty sure this is a male bobcat. (Right Pablo? Anyone?) Maybe he sired this year’s bobkittens! Not just one… Three! Mama’s with them. Magnificent! And another baby: Plus, this mama + baby duo is still around: And, maybe is this one of last year’s kittens (?)

Ode to mother’s milk

Precious to see a doe and her fawn together… …and nursing! Then just about 10 minutes later, the trail cam captured this series of photos… …so clearly illustrating the splendid power of mother’s milk.