Traducción de bobcat en Español:


lince rojo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈbɑbˌkæt//ˈbɒbkat/


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    lince rojo masculino
    • This 137,400-acre expanse supports prairie dogs, coyotes, foxes, black bears, mountain lions, bobcats, elk, mule deer, and over 200 kinds of birds.
    • Since 1994 the zoo has been housing and sometimes breeding the American bobcat, a close relative of the lynx.
    • Large felines like the bobcat and lynx don't have this physical feature, but the cougar does.
    • There's a wolf, a coyote, a bobcat and a puma sleeping right next to us - what are they doing sleeping together?
    • Although rarely seen, mountain lions and bobcats periodically cross the canyon.
    • And neither the feces of bobcats nor the urine of foxes, coyotes, and bobcats discouraged voles from attacking seedlings.
    • Coyotes, foxes, bears, mountain lions, and bobcats all prey on livestock.
    • Visitors will especially enjoy Eagle Canyon, with its streams, mountain lions, bobcats, Mexican wolves, and golden eagles.
    • A manitou could take the form of a bison, bear, wolf, mountain lion, bobcat, deer, bird, or some other animal.
    • Clearly, bobcats could survive hunting pressures better than margays and ocelots.
    • It's home to at least 300 vascular plants, 30 types of cacti and 249 vertebrate species, including mountain lions, bobcats and weasels.
    • He has seen golden eagles, bobcats and even mountain lion tracks on the course.
    • Trackers were brought in to hunt for the animal after several sets of tracks, far too large for native bobcats or mountain lions, were found on a ranch not far from the hilltop library.
    • North American river otters are sometimes taken by bobcats, coyotes, birds of prey, alligators, and other large predators.
    • As a cash crop, cattle encouraged ranchers to practise ruthless predator control, killing bears, bobcats and mountain lions.
    • A bobcat is another wild cat, about half the size of a cougar, with a stubby tail rather than a long one.
    • The Cascade range is full of bobcats and mountain lions and things.
    • To compound matters, expanding human populations have forced out - and hunted or trapped out - deer predators such as wolves, mountain lions, and bobcats.
    • Black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions, bobcats, and wolves have been effectively removed from most U.S. farming areas, leaving coyotes as the top livestock predators.
    • Jackrabbits may live to be six to eight years old; however, they are regularly hunted by large birds of prey such as eagles and hawks, foxes, bobcats, coyotes, badgers, weasels, and humans.