A few entries back, I showed you who was visiting the trail cam.
Well look closer.
We have two visitors, that we know of.
The first in line, I've come to call Camo.
You will see why in a bit.
These cats are not starving, by any means.
My B-I-L was surprised they come in so close during the day.
Take a close look at this next shot.
How many cats do you see?
There's Camo, waiting his turn. The larger of the two of them I've tagged him, Gimpy~~if you look closely, he's missing the end of his right back leg. It hasn't slowed him any, tho he does limp.
I am enjoying watching these animals, tho they make me a bit nervous up so close. It is a rare sight to see them in the wild, as they usually hunt rabbits, small rodents, etc., rarely deer, and at dusk or night and in the solitary. My Dad would call this a privilege so I will too.
Camo is wondering what all the racket is on the highway, not 200 yards away, as he keeps a sharp eye.
I appreciate how beautiful these Bobcats are. Just so they keep their distance, just far enough away.
There's Camo again, waiting his turn while his elder feasts on the frozen carcass.
The camera didn't catch it, but I watched from my kitchen window as these two sat on their haunches and swatted each other a few times.
Maybe next time, the camera will snap at that moment.
What a sight to witness. I am privileged, indeed.
~I wonder if they are mates that will show us their kits in the spring~
So it goes in the wilds out my kitchen window.