A bobcat mother and her two baby kittens among the spring flowers.
This photograph won in North American Wildlife Photography Association contest.This image was published in US magazines.Bobcat litters of range in size from 1 to 6 kittens, weighing 10-12 ounces at birth. The Kittens are weaned at 12 weeks of age and independent of their mother at 10-12 months. They are tawny to gray with indistinct black spotting. They have a cheek ruff and a short stubby tail. Only the mother takes care of them. As they grow, she will bring live animals (like mice) back to the den, so the kittens can practice hunting. When the kittens are two to three months old, they do not need milk anymore and can eat adult food. Bobcats are carnivorous and eat meat....
I'm Robert Weiman from Mountain Peaks Gallery. First of all I would like to personally Thank You for viewing my images.
I appreciate that, knowing someone has enjoyed my photography and will remember it for a long time makes me feel satisfied.
I grew up loving the outdoors and animals which has led to photography to share my visions. My eyes are like a camera shutter anymore.
I strive to get a creative envisions in my mind before-hand and lots of planning. In the end a very unique photograph that will
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I grew up somewhere with wolves in the backwoods of Wisconsin (LOL). I've always been fascinated with animals. Then came the artist
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