Photo of the Week - Bobcat hunting a gopher near sunset at Pt. Reyes. Photo submitted by Randall Finley/wildlifist.com Every Friday, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us. To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email firstname.lastname@example.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle.
Bobcats. Usually solitary and territorial animals, females never share territory with each other. Male territories, however, tend to overlap. Territories are established with scent markings and territory sizes are extremely varied – generally 25-30 square miles for males and about five square miles for females.