A large cat just ran in front of my car on Route 2 West at around Exit 20. It had a short stubby tail and was approximately the size of a large dog. I’ve never seen a wild cat like that anywhere on the east coast, even in Northern New England.
That’s a bobcat.
not necessarily. there is supposed to be a female mountain lion in the area that has part of her tail missing.
It was probably a bobcat.
i read a story about a state trooper who lives in oxford who kept saying he saw a wolf.Finaly a retired DEP biologist admited it was brought into the area to cut down the turkey vulture population.Its CT. folks they never want us to know anything.
check out the book THE QUEST FOR THE EASTERN COUGAR
Just finished it. It’s timely, balanced, and informative. Nicely done sir.
I guess it’s nice to bring these animals here. There are plenty of nice shelters… But it’s not so convienent for us humans… Oh well. We have to learn to share.
Didn’t fishercats get here because of a high porcupine population in East Hartford??????? That’s what I heard and there are fishercats all in my yard. Plus bear, coyotes, mountain lions, foxes, and I think some more. nevertheless, they’re adorable.
It will be adorable when itg kills something close to you
Great site Bo…..
Rethinking our website @ present time….want to expand and change into a different pattern.
Have a young lady sitting next to me, expressing her views on how she would change….
we shall see.
Were the above pictures taken in the North east??? Thanks
Trackbacks are disabled.
May 2nd 7-9 PM
Old Lyme Congregational church
2 Ferry Rd Old Lyme, CT 06371
Poapaug Audubon 860-767-9764
May 16th 6-8 pm
206 Bolton Center Rd
Bentley Memorial Library
June 8th 7-9PM
Moose Hill Audubon Sharon, MA