As a homegrown naturalist and camera trapper, it's always gratifying to contribute to science and help solve critical riddles still haunting wildlife biologists.
Q: In the Great Basin, in early winter, how long does it typically take for bobcat shit to dry?
19 seconds later - fresh and nutty brown
2 days and 12 hours later at 7:50pm PST - dry and white
A: about 60 hours, or 3 day cycles.
I expect my honorary PhDs from multiple esteemed Universities will be in the mail soon.
But you can all start calling me "Doctor" anytime.
A shout out to JK over at CTC for finding the latrine. But he already has a PhD on the way, so is quite familiar with how much crap-work it takes to get one. :)