What's that? You all want more bobcats?
Works for me.
Under the shade of volcanic rock, on a pumice and pinyon pine slope, I set a "corner cam."
I.e., a camera trap set designed to get animals as they explore around a corner.
Much like the Grotto set, a bobkitty was the largest of the 11 species to play-through.
But on the first visit, she didn't have time to dally about...
And on her second visit, bobkitty defeated my "corner cam" - sneaking in over the rock.
But nicely, she stopped for a good roll.
And I didn't even use catnip this time - just a few dabs of a slightly skunky scent.
Everyone all together now: "Awwwwww..."
Here's the full series of photos in a flipbook-style video:
Now that we've gotten our bobcat-cuteness fix, we'll look at the other 10 species that passed by over the 8 weeks this Mono Basin camera lasted.