Asked by: Anastasia Suleasked in category: General Last Updated: 17th February, 2020
Where are bobcats found in Ohio?
Herein, where are bobcats located in Ohio?
The Bobcat is native to Ohio and were found throughout the unglaciated section of Ohio, especially the eastern and southeastern portion of the state, mainly in areas of cliffs and steep slopes, with heavy woods near pastures and cultivated fields.
Furthermore, where do you find Bobcats? The largest Bobcats are found in Canada and the western USA, while the smallest are found in Mexico. Bobcats are found from southern Canada, down through the USA to northern Mexico. As habitat generalists, they live in a wide variety of areas, including all types of forest, coastal swamp, desert and scrubland.
Subsequently, one may also ask, what wild cats are in Ohio?
- Bobcat, Lynx rufus.
- Canada lynx, Lynx canadensis (Ex)
- Cougar, Puma concolor (Ex)
Are there Bobcats in northwest Ohio?
The first verified report of a bobcat in northwest Ohio has been announced by Ohio Wildlife District 2 at Findlay. The presence of bobcats, among other wild cats, has been reported here and there for decades, but nothing beats a real specimen. And so: A male bobcat recently was snared in Williams County.