Pantex and West Texas A&M have been working on bobcat research since 2009. Actually, this work has since transcended from "research" to "management" of the cats. Sunday, the work made the Amarillo Globe-News.
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Co-Principle Investigators, Dr. Raymond Matlack, West Texas A&M University, and Jim Ray, pose with a large male bobcat captured in their study area.