Bobcat: Pathfinder Pendant
Secrecy, Sensitivity, Solitude, Silence
Among all of the wildcats native to the United States, bobcats are the most abundant and occupy the largest range.
The bobcat is named for its stubby, black-tipped tail, which looks as though it has been cut off, or “bobbed.”
Like their larger cousin, the lynx, bobcats sport black tufted ears and cheek ruffs that make their faces appear wide.
Bobcats are solitary, highly territorial predators, with a strictly carnivorous diet of small mammals, reptiles, and birds.
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