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Photo of a bobcat making its way through snow in Colorado.

As winter comes to Colorado, a bobcat at dusk makes its way along a well-trod path.

Credit: Colorado State University


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Map of the areas in California and Colorado where bobcats frequent were studied by scientists.

Areas in California and Colorado where bobcats frequent were studied by scientists.

Credit: Scott Carver et al.


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Close-up photo or a bobcat on the move.

Bobcats are on-the-move from sunset until midnight, and again before dawn until sunrise.

Credit: Colorado State University


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Photo of a bobcat face.

Largely unseen, the secretive bobcat is in fact our next-door neighbor.

Credit: USDA Forest Service


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Photo of a bobcat in the wild.

Hollow logs, brush piles and thickets, and the undersides of rock ledges: homes to bobcats.

Credit: Wikimedia Commons


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Photo of the green surroundings of Boulder, a city along Colorado's Front Range.

In Boulder, a city along Colorado's Front Range, bobcats and humans cross paths.

Credit: Colorado State University


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