Wild Cat in a tree

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary Fl U.S.A.)

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Sherry and I were driving along and noticed another couple looking at a tree, at first we didn't notice the cat, but once we did the cameras got a work out. While we have photographed wild cats before, this one just stayed in the tree not 15 meters from us allowing some neat facial close ups, hope you enjoy.


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May 10, 2014
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by: Jenny

I just love these little guys, I know many people say "it's just a cat", but to us it is always something special. Well spotted Bob and Sherry, you got some lovely close up shots.

May 09, 2014
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That's a rare sighting!
by: Basil

Lucky you saw such a small critter!

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