The Florida Bobcat is the only widely available feline, in the wilds, of the state.

The Florida Panther is highly endangered and rarely seen. Most folks, that work in the outdoors, claim to have seen a panther!!

The Bobcat can be mistaken for the larger cat because of distance errors and the tail that can be 20' in length. The Bobcat is 43-40 lbs when full grown.

Lesser known, is the Jaguarundi. The cat was "introduced to Florida near Cheifland, by a writer , early in the 20th century. It would easily be seen as a panther!

The bobcat is active from dawn and for three hours after dawn, then again, three hours before Sunset until Sunset.

Camo-up and good hunting! ( with a camera or binoculars -of course!! )
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