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Bobcats in their natural habitat

Bobcats love to stop and smell the gaillardias. Though you wouldn’t think it, Bobcats are naturally drawn to the water — especially the cool, clear water of the San Marcos River. If you look closely, you might spot one chatting with an elusive mermaid!

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Fierce. Relentless. Ready.

Bobcats wander far and wide and have been spotted across the United States and around the world. You can recognize a Bobcat by its confident swagger, sharp mind, and fiercely determined attitude.

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No doubt about it!

The Bobcat is a type of cat with a bobbed tail and an affinity for maroon and gold. Larger than a house cat but smaller than a cougar, it’s amazingly relentless. Bobcats have been known to take out Trojans, Red Wolves, and even larger prey like Longhorns. Bobcats'
bobcat band members playing at game

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Bobcats in their natural habitat

Bobcats wander far and wide and have been spotted across the United States and around the world. You can recognize a Bobcat by its confident swagger, sharp mind, and fiercely determined attitude.
students walking a trail near glass bottom boats

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Fierce. Relentless. Ready.

Take advantage of study abroad, research and more for an in-depth and enriching learning experience.

Bobcats leap into action

The Bobcat is a type of cat with a bobbed tail and an affinity for maroon and gold. Larger than a house cat but smaller than a cougar, it’s amazingly relentless. Bobcats have been known to take out Trojans, Red Wolves, and even larger prey like Longhorns. Bobcats'

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students at a San Marcos coffee shop

Bobcats in their natural

The Bobcat is a type of cat with a bobbed tail and an affinity for maroon and gold. Larger than a house cat but smaller than a cougar, it’s amazingly relentless

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Fierce. Relentless. Ready.

The Bobcat is a type of cat with a bobbed tail and an affinity for maroon and gold. Larger than a house cat but smaller than a cougar, it’s amazingly relentless. Bobcats have been known to take out Trojans, Red Wolves, and even larger prey like Longhorns. Bobcats' natural adversaries include Roadrunners and slow-moving trains.

students at outside table

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Bobcats in their natural habitat

Bobcats love to stop and smell the gaillardias. Though you wouldn’t think it, Bobcats are naturally drawn to the water — especially the cool, clear water of the San Marcos River. If you look closely, you might spot one chatting with an elusive mermaid!

cheerleader at football game

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No doubt about it!

Bobcats love to stop and smell the gaillardias. Though you wouldn’t think it, Bobcats are naturally drawn to the water — especially the cool, clear water of the San Marcos River. If you look closely, you might spot one chatting with an elusive mermaid!

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BOBCATS thrive in the wild

Bobcats love to stop and smell the gaillardias. Though you wouldn’t think it, Bobcats are naturally drawn to the water — especially the cool, clear water of the

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Ready to pounce?

The Bobcat is a type of cat with a bobbed tail and an affinity for maroon and gold. Larger than a house cat but smaller than a cougar, it’s amazingly relentless
rafters in the San Marcos river rapids

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Fierce. Relentless. Ready.

Bobcats wander far and wide and have been spotted across the United States and around the world. You can recognize a Bobcat by its confident swagger, sharp mind

Bobcats in their natural habitat

Bobcats love to stop and smell the gaillardias. Though you wouldn’t think it, Bobcats are naturally drawn to the water — especially the cool, clear water of the

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quotation
Don’t be fooled by our tufted ears — we mean business.
– Boko, Texas State Mascot
pouncing on prey

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