Tag Archives: bobcats
I go to Point Reyes National Seashore (PRNS) often. It’s rare that I go and not see at least one bobcat. I also spend a month or so almost every year in Yellowstone National Park (YNP). Yet, I’ve never … Continue reading
I went out to Point Reyes yesterday, something I haven’t been doing too much of this year compared to last year. The forecast said there would be fog, but thankfully it was a no-show. Moreover, the light was fantastic thanks … Continue reading
Bison are docile creatures and seem fairly harmless. However, they injure more people in Yellowstone each year than all the other species combined. I’m still upgrading all the images on my website. I just finished the bison portfolio. All the … Continue reading
I went out to Point Reyes yesterday afternoon. I saw four bobcats, although one was probably a double count. It’s hard to be sure. I saw no coyotes until the last hour of the day when I saw a … Continue reading
I enjoy seeing and photographing all wildlife, but some species are more special than others to me. Bobcats are one of those species, along with wolves, bears and eagles. I’ll never get tired of photographing them.
I photographed this bull Tule elk in the Elk Reserve at Point Reyes National Seashore a couple of weeks ago. The bulls are dropping their antlers there now. This bull may no longer have his. If elk have egos … Continue reading
A bobcat takes a rest in a field. I’ve been seeing a lot of bobcats and coyotes at Point Reyes lately. I saw a bobcat and three coyotes last Friday. I saw this guy the previous visit. Don’t recall what … Continue reading