Two bobcats have been seen strolling by a yard and driveway on higher June Creek Singletree Highway in Edwards, a city west of Vail, Wednesday morning round 7:30 a.m.
“The bobcat is known as for its quick (bobbed) tail which received’t get caught in shrubs and thorns whereas it travels,” mentioned Hannah Rumble, neighborhood applications director for Strolling Mountains Science Middle.
“Bobcats are usually shy, solitary animals however the pictures of two bobcats we’ve seen recently are in all probability a kitten and its mother. Most definitely, the juvenile will go off by itself earlier than mother offers delivery to a different litter (of 1-6 kittens) within the spring,” Rumble mentioned.
As at all times, if you see wild animals, depart them alone. Don’t be just like the Colorado Springs girl who picked up a wounded bobcat and positioned it in her SUV close to a baby.
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