Oklahoma Bobcat

By | March 30, 2011
Oklahoma Bobcat

Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge Bobcat

Oklahoma Bobcat Relaxing

Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge Bobcat Relaxing

I posted some photos of a healthy looking coyote a couple of days ago that I took at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge: Coyote In The Middle Of The Day

This is a healthy looking Bobcat from the same Refuge.

The bobcat is an adaptable predator that inhabits wooded areas, as well as semidesert, urban edge, forest edges, and swampland environments. It persists in much of its original range, and populations are healthy.

Author: Steve Creek

An Arkansas-based wildlife photographer specializing in the wildlife found in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Steve’s images are created from his overwhelming passion for being outdoors with cameras in tow.

0 thoughts on “Oklahoma Bobcat

  1. Kerri

    In that last shot he looks like he’s looking right at you! These are wonderful Steve!!

  2. Maria Rosa

    They look bigger than I thought!! He does look like he is just posing for you:-) The coyote and bobcat do look very healthy.

  3. Paul Prowse

    Incredible! How many feet do you figure you were away from him..her?

  4. Beverly Everson

    Wow!!! Would love to see and photograph one of these beauties–from a distance! Another great post, as always!!!

  5. Barbara

    Holy smokes – what photographs! What a find. Your patience certainly pays off Steve. Do you use a blind in your visits to the refuge like you do in your back yard?

  6. Steve Creek Post author

    Barbara, I see a lot of the wildlife by just walking the trails and some of the roads that have been closed to traffic. During the colder months I will hike through the woods and fields but I don’t do this much when the ticks and chiggers start coming out. You can also photograph a lot of wildlife from your vehicle. This Refuge has a 6 mile tour road through the main part of the refuge and I have gotten a lot of photos this way. This is what a closed road looks like at this refuge: http://stevecreek.com/backroads-for-wildlife-photos/

  7. brenna

    I live in Tuttle ok. And in my back yard our trail cam caught a pic of the back end of a large spotted cat of some kind. Wonder if u can help us identify this.