North Louisiana Wildlife

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Bobcat track in silty dirt

Did you know that bobcats can eat animals that are larger than they are?

a Glance

Bobcat track in silty dirt

Key Features:

Bobcats are brown mammals with white bellies and short, bobbed tails.

Least Concern - Population Stable


Forests and swamps

nesting habits:

Bobcats mate from January to February. They give birth to up to six kittens from February to March.

seasons bobcats are active in our area:

All year


Birds, cats, deer, dogs, mice, rabbits, and squirrels

hunting Behavior:

Bobcats mainly hunt at night.

Commonly Confused With:

House Cats

Bobcats are often confused with house cats because both have similar body shapes.

Bobcat track in silty dirt

Most bobcats are larger. 

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