Sorry about the gore. Found two of these guys dead, presumably from hitting a glass window.
Requesting help on species ID. I'm bad with warblers. I said Wilson's because of the unmarked tail and wings and dark crest.
A couple seen in one afternoon.
5 adults C1
thinking this is an immature Starling
changing to this species
Two separate bobcat kittens. Adult bobcat was not seen. More pictures available upon request. (Have pictures of both sides of both cats)
Picture taken with a zoom lens do not approach wildlife.
Requesting ID help.
Found after some summer rain.
Male bobcat went over bridge (away from collins) went in brush over towards end of trail, then was seen returning about 15 min later, went under bridge, then came back and crossed over bridge towards collins.
More pictures available for studies upon request. This picture was taken with an Zoom lens. Do not approach wildlife.
Adult female bobcat, one picture of cub eating squirrel, another cub was present but was resting under a creek ledge.
All three aware a group of people were observing them, but seemed unconcerned.
Mom was about 10ft from cub eating squirrel.
While walking the dog in Gibbins Park, I saw a bobcat stalk, pounce and capture a squirrel. The squirrel couldn’t make it to the tree in time. The bobcat then turned back to the forest with the squirrel dead in its mouth. The whole scene only lasted about 30 seconds.
I would say the squirrel was 10 feet from the closest tree, and the bobcat was within 10 feet of the squirrel. The kill took place in a clearing, about 20 feet from the edge of the thick forest/undergrowth. There were about 3 trees in the immediate area (15ft diameter).
At least two kittens were seen. Mom was not observed. Were seen climbing slightly up tree and staying under covered area.
Deceased juvenile. Likely hit a glass window.
Call heard to the east in morning, then again (closer) in afternoon and found bird in residential backyard.
Texas Bobcat (Lynx Rufus)