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Bobcat silhouette measures 17 inches at the shoulder

Bobcat Silhouette

A bobcat measures about 17 inches at the shoulder, and the bobcat has the characteristic bobbed tail.

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Bobcat silhouette placed in an opening in trees

Bobcat Silhouette Placed in an Opening

The life-size bobcat silhouette is only slightly larger than the long-tailed critter pictured in the original photo.

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Silhouettes of housecat, bobcat and mountain lion

Cat Silhouettes

Life-sized silhouettes help us determine the approximate size of animals photographed at a distance.

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Housecat silhouette

House Cat Silhouette

House cats measure about 10 and 1/2 inches at the shoulder

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silhouette of a house cat in an opening through trees

House Cat Silhouette Seen in an Opening

The life-size house cat silhouette takes up about the same space in the opening as the animal depicted in the original photo.

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Mountain lion walking away from camara in snowy Linn County

Linn County Mountain Lion

On Feb. 15, a Linn County landowner contacted MDC  with two photos of a mountain lion taken by a trail camera on his property Dec. 29, 2010.

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Mountain Lion

Linn County Mountain Lion Photo 1

A landowner contacted MDC on Feb. 15 with two photos of a mountain lion taken Dec. 29 by a trail camera on his property, which is about 25 miles from where a mountain was shot and killed in Macon County about three weeks later on Jan. 22.

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Photo of mountain lion at Rocky Creek

MDC confirms mountain lion photo taken at Rocky Creek

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Other recent confirmed reports include ones in Shannon, Oregon and Texas counties.

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Closeup photo of cougar tracks in mud and measuring tape to show scale

MDC confirms mountain lion report in Macon County

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Photos of tracks convince the Mountain Lion Response Team.

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MDC confirms mountain lion sighting in Oregon County

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DNA testing of hair left on a fence positively identifies a cougar.

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