Thursday, April 23, 2009

image: Northern Bobcat

April 7, 1805

 Seamen and I came across this animal as we were taking a walk. Seamen ran off a little in front of me, and when I caught up to him he was standing face to face with the bobcat. As I arrived the cat took off and pounced away. The Northern Bobcat is a tawny gray in winter, With indistinct dark spotting. The bobcat gets its common name from its stubby, or "bobbed," tail. I t also has slightly tufted ears. The length of the bobcat is about 3 feet and it's tail is 4 to 7 inches long and can way between 14- 29 pounds.


  1. Wow... You have some really good pictures of animals.

  2. good animal description
    the music fits aswell

  3. you are doing a fantastic job with the animals!!! Very cool

  4. Another beautifully presented week of animal discoveries. Your pictures and descriptions are so informative and easy to read. Your music and design make your journal one that I can get alot out of and very easily and quickly. Keep up the good work. I like when you inject yourself and your reactions into your descriptions of discovery.


  5. good picture and description. the music on here is really good too