by W. Angermeyer This post was originally published on our Felids blog January 15, 2013 On our blog we often focus on felid conservation and research news occurring “in situ” or in the wild cat’s natural habitat. A good deal … Continued
Check out this video of a margay climbing down a pole. Captive, but very clear demonstration of their unique tree climbing skills. Check out that paw action as the cat clings in place, head down!
Researchers in the South Texas brush country are discovering that approximately one out of every ten bobcats has a striking resemblance to the endangered ocelot.
The Caracal Project in Namibia began in January 2011 and continues to expand. They are collecting ecological data on caracals at a large scale, and working with livestock farmers to mitigate conflicts with caracals and other predators. This is essential … Continued
This wonderful video from the Cape Leopard Trust gives an excellent overview of what field researchers must do to learn about cats in the wild. While they are looking for a big leopard, the same procedures are followed by scientists … Continued
Canada Lynx have been receiving a lot of limelight the past couple of months. A Colorado photo of two lynx on the roadside went viral, prompting calls to close the highway for the sake of the lynx. In Canada, a … Continued
During the course of a year, we get a huge variety of questions via email. People send us cat pictures for identification, researchers are seeking funding, children ask about school projects and many inquire about our membership and programs. In … Continued
Wouldn’t you love a gorgeous small wild cat gracing your wall every month? We have only a few of these remaining in stock so now would be a great time to order! Calendar is 8 1/2″ x 11″ when closed. … Continued
It’s the start of another busy year in small wild cat conservation. This website will be undergoing a few changes over the next few weeks, as we work to adjust this temporary site into a stunning new showcase for small … Continued