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What is the biggest cat you have ever seen on a saguaro cactus in Arizona?

Laughing Mountain Lion by SearchNetMedia
Mountain Lion, a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.

Someone emailed me and asked if I had ever taken a photograph of a bobcat on a saguaro cactus. I never have. However, one local Arizona resident recently had that opportunity.

BOBCAT on a saguaro cactus – Fox News

Coincidentally, I was reviewing photos of local Tucson Photographers and came across of this recently uploaded photo by an Oracle Photographer (North of Tucson) that uploaded a photo by his friend (taken at Roosevelt Lake) of a:

MOUNTAIN LION on a saguaro cactus – click here

I have never seen either a bobcat or a mountain lion on a saguaro cactus. Incredible images by these photographers.


Bobcat on the prowl on a warm December day in the Catalina Foothills

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Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Bobcats are on the prowl in Tucson

We have seen quite a few bobcats lately, though tonight was the first time we spotted two together.


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Bobcat in Tucson’s Catalina Foothills

Tucson wildlife coyotes and bobcats, but an African Serval cat?

Tucson has many wild animals native to the Arizona-Sonora Desert. This photograph is of a coyote taken today, and a bobcat taken yestrday in the Catalina Foothills in Tucson, Arizona.

Tucson Wildlife

Tucson Wildlife

What was a recent surprise, in the Catalina Foothills, is that a African Serval cat was found and captured, as recently reported by Tucson’s KOLD TV station.

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Monsoon rains return to Tucson – What a relief!

The cool monsoon rains returned to Southern Arizona last night with a fury. In the Foothills of the Catalina Mountains it was wind, sheets of rain and lightning. The sounds of thunder rolled through the canyons. The washes ran heavy last night, but were just smooth damp sand this morning. Fresh animal tracks were easy to spot today. Pictured here is either a mountain lion, or big bobcat track.

Fresh animal tracks in the Catalina Foothills

Fresh animal tracks in the Catalina Foothills

Looks like more storms headed in to Tucson shortly. Cameras are ready.

Tucson Wildlife – Bobcat

The quail and cactus wren birds usually warn of lurking danger. Just minutes ago, this is what I found them making all the noise about.

Wild Bobcat in Tucson

Wild Bobcat in Tucson

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