UNH Study: Bobcat Territory Has Moved With Human Development
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A new study from the University of New Hampshire says bobcats now roam in very different parts of the state than they did a generation ago – showing how human development can reshape a species’ behavior.
The research is by UNH doctoral candidate Rory Carroll. It says New Hampshire’s bobcats now thrive in the northern part of the state, and move south to find new territory.