A trail camera set up at the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy's Audubon Woods Preserve, about 8 miles west of Mount Pleasant, recently captured a series of rare daylight photos of a bobcat.Rare daytime photos of Michigan bobcat caught on trail camera Conservancy Executive Director Stan Lilley said the wild cats are nocturnal, shy and tend to avoid humans, so it's unusual to spot them during the day.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.SAGINAW, MI -- Trail cameras have captured images of all kinds of wildlife across the state of Michigan, from cougars and coyotes to white-tailed deer and black bears."I really suspect that bobcats are a lot more common than most people think they are," Lilley said."Just the fact that this thing showed up on the game cam in broad daylight, that was the rarity of it." Trail cameras give humans a glimpse into the private world of animals in the wild. Submit them using the form below so we can feature them on MLive.It is the second-heaviest cat in the New World, after the jaguar.Secretive and largely solitary by nature, the cougar is properly considered both nocturnal and crepuscular, although there are daytime sightings.
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