Origin: North America
Lifespan: 7 years, rarely exceeds 10 years
Size: Adults are 18 to 50 inches long, from head to tail base. Tail length is six to seven inches. males weigh from 9 to 35 lbs. They are the smallest of the four lynx species (Bobcat, Canada lynx, Eurasian lynx, and Iberian Lynx)
Diet: Carnivorous, preys on rodents, birds, fish, insects, foxes, skunks, mink, etc
Activity: Crepuscular- active mostly during twilight hours, dusk and dawn
Reproduction: Males begin breeding by their second summer. Females begin breeding as early as their first breeding season starts February to March, typically gestation is 60 to 70 days
Extra Facts: Also called "Wildcats"
Bobcats tend to be more aggressive than the Canada Lynx
They are built for warmer climates compare to other Lynx
A collective group is called a "Clowder" or "Clutter"
Males are called "Torns."
Females are called "queen."