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Bobcat Photograph - Florida Bobcat Catches An Evening Snack by Barbara Bowen

Florida Bobcat Catches An Evening Snack is a photograph by Barbara Bowen which was uploaded on February 5th, 2012.   The photograph has colors ranging from lavender to dark gray and incorporates bobcat, bobcat eating, and florida bobcat design themes.

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Awesome love this capture v/f

Barbara Bowen replied:

Thank you David!

Came back for Fave+V !

Barbara Bowen replied:

Thx Larry!

Great capture.. Looks like a coot in his mouth.

Barbara Bowen replied:

Thank you Scott! Yes it was one of hundreds of coots on the marsh.

Congrats on this too ---- !

Barbara Bowen replied:

Thanks Larry!

Wow. Congrats.

Barbara Bowen replied:

Thanks Shawn!

Wow capture, Barbara! Very unique scene to happen upon! Looks like a waterfowl in its mouth, but what a unique right moment and right place type of shot! Congrats on your great sale!

Barbara Bowen replied:

Thank you Randy!

Thx Elena!

Amazing shot! Congratulations on your sale!

Awesome capture!! Not many chances to get that shot. Mmmm, coot for dinner :-0

Barbara Bowen replied:

Thx! It was amazing...and he came out of nowhere. There are hundreds of Coots at Circle B Bar....better a Coot than one of the more rarer migrants. =)

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