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Posted
10/20/11
Produced by: magnusgrafex's Channel
Partners: Arizona Fish and Game Department, Beatty's Guest Ranch

Overview

In February 2011 an ocelot was photographed in the Huachuca Mountains of southern Arizona. It was only the 3rd confirmed ocelot sighting in Arizona in the last 50 years. Arizona Game and Fish wildlife manager Brad Fulk was able to also take video of this rare and beautiful animal.

Last updated: October 20, 2011