By: Jakob Durso
Given their smaller range sizes, two or more females may reside within a male's home range.
The home range is marked with feces, urine scent, and by clawing prominent trees in the area.
Males patrol a large home range which often overlaps a number of smaller female territories but the two will not interact until the breeding season which begins in the winter.
Furbearer seasons will close in 48 hours when a species quota is reached prior to the end of the regular season. [source]
Bobcat hunting is open each day one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset during the open season. [source]
Vocalizations, given more frequently during the breeding seasons than at other times of the year, include squeals, screams, howls, yowls, hisses and spits. [source]