Bobcat sighted in Yosemite’s Curry Village | Bad news for a squirrel.

You are looking at a very unusual series of photos. They were taken last week at Yosemite’s Curry Village Tent cabin area. This is a bobcat.

Bobcat spotted in Yosemite Valley

Bobcat spotted in Yosemite Valley

They are characterized by their short, black tipped tails. The bobcat also has characteristic black-tufted ears and black markings on its legs. They eat rabbits (as this one did) rodents like ground squirrels, wood rats, and pocket gophers.


 Can they hurt humans? I don’t want to find out. But then I fear even house cats. It’s the lineage from saber-toothed tigers that scares me. Leave all wild animals alone.


In all my years I have never seen one. Cool. These photos are courtesy my friend Norm aka viperoo0. Please respect his copyright.


Unrelated thought worth quoting: Cat Scratch Fever. I got it bad scratch fever” – Ted Nugent

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One Response to Bobcat sighted in Yosemite’s Curry Village | Bad news for a squirrel.

  1. Maureen L says:

    I saw a bobcat just east of shuttle stop 6 (Lower Yosemite Falls) on the afternoon of Saturday March 28. After walking along for a while in the vegetation , it disappeared into a pile of brush around a downed tree trunk.

    The day was overcast.

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