Just back from checking the cameras in Marin County, and was pleased to get some images that showed more than bobcats walking away from the camera.
I'm getting a little tired of bobcat butt shots.
This photo was taken on July 2 during the heat of day -- 2:34 PM -- when snakes are up and about.
Unfortunately, the shutter speed was 1/30th of a second, so the gopher snake and the cat's head are slightly blurred.
The snake looks limp, which means it is dead, and the cat is no doubt looking for a place to settle down and feed.
This is the same trail where the bobcat was seen carrying the dead brush rabbit.
It cuts through coastal scrub and mixed conifer/oak woodland -- so it is good edge habitat, and bobcats frequently pass through.