September’s #SuperSnap features a Jackson County bobcat blending in quite nicely with the surrounding foliage! Bobcat are an elusive, nocturnal species – which makes the sight of them on trail cameras all the better.
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True to their name, all bobcats share their distinctive, bobbed tails, but no two bobcats are made the same. Bobcat coats can vary so greatly that they can even be used to identify specific individuals during research projects. Check out this Clark County bobcat captured on a Snapshot Wisconsin trail camera!
Did you know you can view and classify photos collected from Snapshot Wisconsin cameras across the state at www.SnapshotWisconsin.org? It’s a fun activity for the whole family!
We are throwing it back to summer last year for this Snapshot Saturday featuring a bobcat and her three kittens caught on a Vilas County camera. Can you spot them all?
View and classify photos collected from Snapshot Wisconsin cameras across the state at https://www.SnapshotWisconsin.org.
Check out this bobcat captured on a Trempealeau County Snapshot Wisconsin trail camera!
Interested in hosting your own Snapshot Wisconsin camera? Visit our webpage to find out how to get involved: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/research/projects/snapshot/.
Happy Snapshot Saturday from this adorable Sawyer County bob-kitten!
Interested in hosting your own Snapshot Wisconsin camera? Visit our webpage to find out how to get involved: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/research/projects/snapshot/. Classify photos from all the trail cameras at www.snapshotwisconsin.org.