UNDERSTANDING BOBCATS IN THE GRANITE STATE: A cooperative project led by the University of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Fish & Game Department

 

Bobcat Photo Gallery

Many of you have been lucky enough to get a picture of a bobcat. Here are those we've received so far. They continue over several pages, so be sure to advance to the next page by clicking on the numbers at the bottom of the page (1, 2, 3, ...). Please send your pictures to john@unh.edu.

Bobcat by James Wood
This picture comes from Brandon Reed and was taken October 2, 2008 in Loudon.  
This photo of a bobcat visiting his backyard was taken by James Wood of Rochester, NH in January 2008.
 
   
Kirwin Bobcat Sullivan Bobcat
This picture was taken by Sean Kerwin in his backyard in Hancock, NH right after the bobcat had eaten one of his guinea fowl and a peacock.   This photo of a bobcat was taken by Paul Bolduc in his backyard in Sullivan, NH.  
   
Bobcat in Sharon,NH Woddsville Bobcat
Trail camera photo by John MacEachern at a log landing in Sharon, NH. The photo was taken on Nov 23, 2008.   Photo taken by Dale Pierson using a trail camera placed on Moody Ledge in the White Mountains (near Woodsville, NH).  
   
BillCoteBobcat Shirley Farr bobcat
Photo by Bill Cote on the Lazor property in South Hampton on July 20, 2009.   Photo by Shirley Farr, taken on French Pond Road, North Haverhill, Grafton County on July 18, 2009.  
   
DugalBobcat RoyceBobcat
Photo by David Dual using a trail camera in his front yard in Bedford.   Photo by Steve Royce from Kingston, taken on July 23, 2009. This cat was stalking chipmunks in Steve's backyard and didn't seem to mind being watched. Lucky Steve!  
   
Bobcat1 AdamBobcat
Movie of bobcat. Click on the link and download the movie to your desktop, then open with Media Player. The movie of a bobcat crossing his lawn was taken by Sam Martin in Center Ossipie, NH on June 6, 2009.   Movie of bobcat. Adam Earle got this movie of a bobcat coming to one of his coyote bait stations in Loudon. Seems to be a well-fed cat.  
   
 

 

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