6 Replies to “Sighting in East Hampton”

    1. Hmm, either your sarcasm is poor or your an idiot, I’ll vote the later in this case. Look up a “bobcat” and you’ll see that bobcats have a “bobbed” tail hence the name.

      1. Thanks. We have a slew of reports from Easthampton MA and the surrounding area coming in as well. Bobcat tails rarely exceed 10 inches, so a “long tail” sure would seem to indicate its not a bobcat.

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