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    Nice pictures packmule! Thanks for sharing!!

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    Great photos, thanks for sharing. That's neat of the bobcat, I've only seen a handful of them, lot's of lynx but never got a photo of one that was alive.

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    We have a lot of cats in the area. The grown up clearcuts like on our place is perfect for them to lay up in and eat rabbits until they're full. I shot 8 of them off a 20 acre hayfield this year and it hasn't slowed them down on showing up on the trail cameras.

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    Nice pics packmule!

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    Attachment 8078

    I tried to take a snapshot of a snapshot...turned out poorly. But, this is a lynx I got a while back.

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    I got a pic somewhere of a bobcat I hit right in the head with a 30-30 when I was about 6 years old!

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    Very cool. Great photos like always.
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    Lynx are cool looking cats. I've only seen one and it was radio collared. They remind me of a lighter color phased, fluffy bobcat with cool tipped ears.

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    that same old buck was pushing his luck as well......checking out the targets to make sure his eventual exit from this world will be quick.


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