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7 hours ago, Bucksnbows said:

It’s not population they are concerned with, its genetics. But seeing a NJ reared female wander that far is a great sign for widening NJ’s genetic stock. Genetics right now are all from the Maine cats we brought in decades ago now.

 

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I’m in south jersey I swear I saw one 2 days ago at 5 am. My buddy thinks I’m nuts. I set cameras up everywhere. I wouldn’t doubt for a second they could be anywhere in the state.

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15 hours ago, Coyoteslayer said:

I’m in south jersey I swear I saw one 2 days ago at 5 am. My buddy thinks I’m nuts. I set cameras up everywhere. I wouldn’t doubt for a second they could be anywhere in the state.

They are likely just like our black bears by now, seen in every county.  We have them regularly on our trail cams in Sparta (Sussex).  Have for years. 

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They are likely just like our black bears by now, seen in every county.  We have them regularly on our trail cams in Sparta (Sussex).  Have for years. 

Yup, same here. Have pictures with a big male. And a female with two little ones almost on a daily/nightly bases. Only one town over from you.


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Last week, the state put a Bobcat trap near my deer stand. I've never seen one on the property.

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I work with a guy who lives on the boarder of vineland/bridgeton, said he had something killing his chickens, told me he caught a bobcat and killed it and buried it cause he got scared. Have to get over there to verify 

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