Bob Cat
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Bobcat (Felis rufus) There is only one species of Bobcat found throughout all the deserts of the American Southwest. Bobcats can be found in most mountain and desert areas where water is available and they choose to live and hunt on rocky, brushy hillsides.

It is said that the Bobcats name may have come from its short tail. The end of its tail is always black, with a white tip. The Bobcat only weighs 15 to 20 pounds. It is quite fierce and can kill animals as large as deer, but feeds mainly on rabbits, ground squirrels, mice, gophers and rats.

Bobcats are solitary animals. Males and females spend only a few days of the year together during courtship and mating. They have been recognized as a valuable part of our wildlife resources.

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