BOBCAT TOILETS


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BOBCAT TOILETS

Postby youngdawg » Mon Jan 11, 2010 4:54 am

Do bobcats make scrapes and bury there scat or only at territory markers? I have been finding alot of bobcat scat(I think it is) in the bottom of washes and low dry creek beds and didn't think it was bobcat scat, am I wrong in thinking they do bury it?
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Re: BOBCAT TOILETS

Postby Dads dogboy » Mon Jan 11, 2010 1:38 pm

Yep, in the areas in the five States that we hunt Bobcat do not bury their Scat!

We find that a Cat, when it starts to feed will get up stretch and travel a short distance to a road or dry creek bed, some type of travel corridor, defecate, sometimes scratch or make a "Cat Kick", then proceed on about their business!

We find that an individual Cat will deposit Scat in the same place regularly.

Hope this helps!

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Re: BOBCAT TOILETS

Postby youngdawg » Mon Jan 11, 2010 3:41 pm

Thanks for the help I thought I was on the right road but wasn't totally sure we have a great area then several toilets in this canyon and creek bottom now we just have to hit it at the right time.
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Re: BOBCAT TOILETS

Postby coloradoultramag » Thu Jan 21, 2010 9:04 pm

Sounds like you found a good spot. Thats at least one cats home area, maybe more than one cat depending on how far away the toilets are frome each other. Good luck
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Re: BOBCAT TOILETS

Postby youngdawg » Fri Jan 22, 2010 2:41 am

well last weekend while checking for lion and bobcat sign we found a lion skull and lower jaw that had been there for at least a year and a half dont know how it died no puncture marks on it anywhere but hopfully a good sign that another lion is in the area hope it's a big male.
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