Bobcats Do’s and Dont’s
Bobcats are thriving in urban areas throughout the United States. Because of their small size,
Bobcats live in varied habitats. In urban areas, they often den under decks and sheds. In undeveloped areas, they den in rock crevices and hollow logs. Their territories vary with
If you share your yard peacefully with a resident bobcat, it will provide excellent, chemical-free rodent control. For those who prefer not to see a bobcat in their yard, here are three simple, effective steps:
2.If you have a deck or shed, install an L-shaped barrier around the base to prevent the bobcat from denning underneath it.
Trapping and relocating bobcats
- Several studies have shown that relocated animals have a low rate of survival.
- If the relocated animal is a lactating female, the juveniles left behind will die of starvation.
- Trapped animals are quickly replaced by others from surrounding areas, especially in residential neighborhoods. Waste Management (WM) Customer