Cats of South Texas

Saturday, March 9, 2013
Ocelot_150x119 South Texas had originally five species of wild cats: bobcats, ocelots, jaguarundi, mountain lion and jaguar. Today, only bobcats remain fairly common. Ocelots are in small numbers near the Rio Grande, mountain lions range in small numbers throughout South Texas, and jaguarundis and jaguars haven’t been documented in this region for a long time. Jennifer Owen-White, refuge manager of Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge, will provide this program on the cats of this region.
 

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Presentation held from 12-1pm Held in the visitor center auditorium

Free event