Bobcats on the Appalachian Trail
- Bobcats on the Appalachian Trail
Bobcats are between 15 to 70 pounds, have stubby tails, tufted ears, and a tawny coat with mottled brown spots.
Though abundant in the mountains, as night hunters they are rarely seen on the trail. Their prey consists of hare and rabbit, mice, porcupines, squirrels and cave bats. They occassionally eat carrion and poultry.
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