Bobcat

23 Feb 19
Plateau Daily News

Blue Ridge girls varsity basketball team hit the court in the second round of the Little Smoky Mountain Conference tournament championship on Thursday pumped and ready to take on Hiwassee Dam. It was anybody’s game down to the final seconds, but the Lady Bobcats ended up with a tough loss losing by 2-points, 35-37. Playoff […]

23 Feb 19
CURIOUS AUTOBIOGRAPHY

On my first flight to Italy as a fully fledged adult—I am not sure as to what age I was precisely, but it had been over a decade since I had traveled to Italy since my college days—I was seated near the back of the plane, in one of those seats nearest the bathroom. I […]

23 Feb 19
The Cannon Network

[wpedon id=”6379″ align=”right”] Canada West’s men’s basketball regular season has ended and congrats to the University of Calgary Dinos on winning the Canada West regular season. This post will take a look at how each team did in the regular season. [divider style=”{‹²›ruler_type‹²›:‹²›line‹²›,‹²›space‹²›:{‹²›height‹²›:‹²›50‹²›}}” __fw_editor_shortcodes_id=”ff867aead17a6ee88983fbf9b676583c” _array_keys=”{‹²›style‹²›:‹²›style‹²›}” _fw_coder=”aggressive”][/divider] The University of Calgary Dinos are located in Calgary, […]

23 Feb 19
SCNG
LAKE FOREST —  When Laguna Beach Police Officer Thomas McGuire stooped down to look into a cage at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital on Friday, Feb.22, he heard a low growl and quick hiss. “I thought he might recognize me,” McGuire said half-smiling. Inside the cage was a bobcat, recovering after being hit by McGuire’s patrol car, Tuesday, on Laguna Canyon Road. #gallery-1643307-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1643307-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1643307-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1643307-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Laguna Beach Police Officer, Thomas McGuire visits with the 1-year-old bobcat he accidentally struck with his car. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. Thanks to officer McGuire’s quick actions the cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. McGuire visits the animal on Friday February 22, 2019.(Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) Laguna Beach Police Officer, Thomas McGuire visits with the 1-year-old bobcat he accidentally struck with his car. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. Thanks to officer McGuire’s quick actions the cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. McGuire visits the animal on Friday February 22, 2019.(Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) Laguna Beach Police Officer, Thomas McGuire visits with the 1-year-old bobcat he accidentally struck with his car. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. Thanks to officer McGuire’s quick actions the cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. McGuire visits the animal on Friday February 22, 2019.(Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) Laguna Beach Captain, Jeff Calvert takes a photo with his cell phone of the 1-year-old bobcat that was struck by one of his officers. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. The cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. Friday February 22, 2019. (Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) McGuire and Cpl. Darin Germaine — in separate cars — were responding to a call about a person walking in traffic shortly after 3 p.m. While en route, McGuire said, he saw something out of the corner of his eye. “Then I saw a silhouette of a cat running across the road,” he said. “Then I heard a sound and felt horrible. I thought I had just hit someone’s house cat.” McGuire stopped his car and radioed his boss. He then got out to check on the injured animal. “The bobcat was lying in the center of the roadway on its side and had labored breathing,” McGuire said. “When I walked up, I realized it wasn’t a house cat, it was much bigger.” Germaine, a wildlife enthusiast like McGuire, pulled over to help. He nudged the cat to see how it was doing. “He perked up quickly, like, ‘What are you doing,'” McGuire said. The officers stopped traffic as the bobcat roused itself and slowly walked across the southbound lanes. They called the department’s Animal Control Services, knowing the officers would have the necessary equipment to catch and restrain the animal. That quick response on the part of McGuire and Germaine was what saved the bobcat, said Dr. Kristi Krause, a veterinarian at the Lake Forest animal hospital operated by wildlife veterinarian Dr. Scott Weldy. “Especially as cold as it’s been, he would have deteriorated quickly,” Krause said Friday, as she watched McGuire check in on the animal. “Getting him here quickly was the key.” When the 11-pound bobcat arrived at the hospital he was diagnosed with head trauma. He had blood coming from his nose, blood in his urine and his pupils were uneven. He also had blood in the chamber of his eyes, Krause said. Krause let him rest overnight and on Wednesday sedated him and conducted a physical. He had fleas and ticks but no mange — something the hospital has seen on other wildlife. Though he hasn’t yet shown an appetite, Krause said the prognosis is good. “Often they don’t eat right away when they come to us,” she said. When he does become hungry, he’ll be fed a diet of chicken, chicks, mice and commercial cat food. “Then when he starts eating well and gets extra grumpy, that’s when we’ll release him,” Krause said. “We’ll coordinate with the USGS (U.S. Geological Survey), who like to collect data on these animals, including biological samples and DNA.” This is the second bobcat the animal hospital has taken in this year. In 2018, the facility took in about 10, including a bobcat found in traffic on Laguna Canyon Road. The Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, adjacent the canyon road, is most often where the rescued bobcats seem to come from. Dick Newell, who founded Orange County Trackers — a group of biologists who monitor wildlife — has tracked bobcats in the wilderness park since 2005. He said the wilderness park and the surrounding community is home to dozens of bobcats. On Friday, McGuire said seeing the bobcat in the process of healing was uplifting. “If I see him again, I’ll give him a ticket,” he joked. “It’s nice to see that something that could have ended badly, didn’t,” he said. “Happy this one got to go in the win column.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
23 Feb 19
curiousautobiography

  Cary Grant. (His stepson, Lance Reventlow, to whom he was very close, died in a plane crash.)   On my first flight to Italy as a fully-fledged adult—I am not sure as to what age I was precisely, but it had been over a decade since I had traveled to Italy since my college […]

23 Feb 19
Balladeer's Blog

ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT INSTITUTIONS ROUND ONE, GAME ONE – The top seeds – the INDIANA UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST REDHAWKS – got a wake-up call from the 8th seeded LINCOLN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY RED LIONS. The Redhawks seemed to have everything under control and led 57-40 come Halftime. After the break the Red Lions came storming back, with […]

23 Feb 19

Jen Meinhardt, Staff Writer It’s between 6 and 9 a.m. when Mike Miller—co-owner of The Hitching Company, a carriage horse company that operates in the downtown area of Minneapolis—stands outside the field where his herd is grazing. He whistles a loud, sharp shrill that pierces the air. The herd spent the night in the far […]

23 Feb 19
Ozone Market Reports

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23 Feb 19
Two Flew Over the Empty Nest

Chirped by Tina Wine tasting is obviously an adult activity (and one that we really enjoy), so we scheduled a big “adults-only” trip to California for last fall, when our kids would be back at college. (Don’t feel too bad for them – we all spent a week in the Galapagos at the very beginning […]

23 Feb 19
Hometown Daily News

by: Scott McCaulley Arkansas Regional High School Basketball Tournaments are entering the Championship Rounds and two area teams will play for a title in Class 4A. The Harrison Lady Goblins and Berryville Lady Bobcats, who split their regular season match-ups, will now have a third opportunity to play as semi-final wins on Friday put them […]

23 Feb 19
Hometown Daily News

by: Micheal Lewis, C of O Sports Information College of the Ozarks takes both opening round games at the Association of Independent Institutions Postseason Tournament on Friday. C of O Women The College of the Ozarks Lady Bobcats opened the first round of the A.I.I. Conference Tournament with a 93-46 victory over the host school […]

23 Feb 19
Orange County Register
LAKE FOREST —  When Laguna Beach Police Officer Thomas McGuire stooped down to look into a cage at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital on Friday, Feb.22, he heard a low growl and quick hiss. “I thought he might recognize me,” McGuire said half-smiling. Inside the cage was a bobcat, recovering after being hit by McGuire’s patrol car, Tuesday, on Laguna Canyon Road. #gallery-6701216-11 { margin: auto; } #gallery-6701216-11 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-6701216-11 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-6701216-11 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Laguna Beach Police Officer, Thomas McGuire visits with the 1-year-old bobcat he accidentally struck with his car. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. Thanks to officer McGuire’s quick actions the cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. McGuire visits the animal on Friday February 22, 2019.(Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) Laguna Beach Police Officer, Thomas McGuire visits with the 1-year-old bobcat he accidentally struck with his car. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. Thanks to officer McGuire’s quick actions the cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. McGuire visits the animal on Friday February 22, 2019.(Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) Laguna Beach Police Officer, Thomas McGuire visits with the 1-year-old bobcat he accidentally struck with his car. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. Thanks to officer McGuire’s quick actions the cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. McGuire visits the animal on Friday February 22, 2019.(Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) Laguna Beach Captain, Jeff Calvert takes a photo with his cell phone of the 1-year-old bobcat that was struck by one of his officers. The Bobcat is recovering at the Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital in Lake Forest. The cat is said to survive and be released back into the wild. Friday February 22, 2019. (Photo by Karen Tapia, Contributing Photographer) McGuire and Cpl. Darin Germaine — in separate cars — were responding to a call about a person walking in traffic shortly after 3 p.m. While en route, McGuire said, he saw something out of the corner of his eye. “Then I saw a silhouette of a cat running across the road,” he said. “Then I heard a sound and felt horrible. I thought I had just hit someone’s house cat.” McGuire stopped his car and radioed his boss. He then got out to check on the injured animal. “The bobcat was lying in the center of the roadway on its side and had labored breathing,” McGuire said. “When I walked up, I realized it wasn’t a house cat, it was much bigger.” Germaine, a wildlife enthusiast like McGuire, pulled over to help. He nudged the cat to see how it was doing. “He perked up quickly, like, ‘What are you doing,’” McGuire said. The officers stopped traffic as the bobcat roused itself and slowly walked across the southbound lanes. They called the department’s Animal Control Services, knowing the officers would have the necessary equipment to catch and restrain the animal. That quick response on the part of McGuire and Germaine was what saved the bobcat, said Dr. Kristi Krause, a veterinarian at the Lake Forest animal hospital operated by wildlife veterinarian Dr. Scott Weldy. “Especially as cold as it’s been, he would have deteriorated quickly,” Krause said Friday, as she watched McGuire check in on the animal. “Getting him here quickly was the key.” When the 11-pound bobcat arrived at the hospital he was diagnosed with head trauma. He had blood coming from his nose, blood in his urine and his pupils were uneven. He also had blood in the chamber of his eyes, Krause said. Krause let him rest overnight and on Wednesday sedated him and conducted a physical. He had fleas and ticks but no mange — something the hospital has seen on other wildlife. Though he hasn’t yet shown an appetite, Krause said the prognosis is good. “Often they don’t eat right away when they come to us,” she said. When he does become hungry, he’ll be fed a diet of chicken, chicks, mice and commercial cat food. “Then when he starts eating well and gets extra grumpy, that’s when we’ll release him,” Krause said. “We’ll coordinate with the USGS (U.S. Geological Survey), who like to collect data on these animals, including biological samples and DNA.” This is the second bobcat the animal hospital has taken in this year. In 2018, the facility took in about 10, including a bobcat found in traffic on Laguna Canyon Road. The Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, adjacent the canyon road, is most often where the rescued bobcats seem to come from. Dick Newell, who founded Orange County Trackers — a group of biologists who monitor wildlife — has tracked bobcats in the wilderness park since 2005. He said the wilderness park and the surrounding community is home to dozens of bobcats. On Friday, McGuire said seeing the bobcat in the process of healing was uplifting. “If I see him again, I’ll give him a ticket,” he joked. “It’s nice to see that something that could have ended badly, didn’t,” he said. “Happy this one got to go in the win column.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
23 Feb 19
North Florida Matmen

North Florida Matmen staff report GAINESVILLE — A couple of weeks ago, our affiliated website in Georgia made much of the argument behind 14-for-14, where 14 wrestlers enter a postseason tournament and all 14 qualify for the next round, as the ultimate arbiter of a team’s strength. Not only did Fleming Island go 14-for-14 in […]

23 Feb 19
FortNite FTW

What weapon do you like the most appearance wise? I love the appearance of the Wraith and Bobcat weapons,I love the military style of them. The Grave Digger, Jack-O-Launcher, and Candy Corn LMG are also some of my favorite looking guns, wish the Candy Corn LMG performed a bit better though. Submitted February 23, 2019 […]

23 Feb 19
Plateau Daily News

Highlands boys junior varsity basketball team faced off against Blue Ridge in the Little Smoky Mountain Conference tournament finals on Thursday and earned the championship trophy with a final score of 67-47. Both teams gave it their all in the fast-paced championship game, but errors and missed opportunities got the best of the Bobcats. The […]

23 Feb 19
"OUR WORLD"

thepetitionsite.com by: Prairie Protection Colorado recipient: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commissioners, Coloradomore Help us pass a Citizen’s Petition that is asking the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commissioners to ban the trapping and hunting of bobcats throughout Colorado. Bobcats are mostly hunted for their fur, which is then sold to China and Russia to make high-end […]

23 Feb 19
Aranyani

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