The fences of the Rothschild Giraffes at the B. Bryan Preserve in Point Arena are tall, very tall. That didn't stop this Bobcat, as you will see from Judy Mello's photo.
That's one very determined Bobcat. The next day the Bobcat got inside the giraffe pasture and the youngest giraffe was seen chasing it. That Bobcat better watch out for the giraffe's hoofs.
Bobcats are suppose to be nocturnal but here on the Mendonoma Coast they are mostly seen in the daylight.
Thanks to Judy for allowing me to share her photo with you here. To learn more about the wildlife preserve in Point Arena, here's their link: http://www.bbryanpreserve.com/