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Bobcat Finds a Home at the Hoover Presidential Library!

by on December 21, 2010


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Rolly spotted a bobcat this afternoon by the edge of the 78 acres of restored tall grass prairie that surrounds the Hoover Presidential Library. The National Park Service maintains the prairie and protects the wildlife that live there. This includes deer, pheasant, turkey, groundhogs, fox, bobcat and many species of birds.  Lou Henry Hoover was an avid conservationist. In 1945 the Lou Henry Hoover Memorial Forests and Wildlife Sanctuaries tribute was established for the conservation of forest lands, soil, waterways or wildlife.


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Meredith December 21, 2010 at 6:01 pm

I loved the tall grass prairie when I visited the Hoover Presidential Library. It was during the summer and it was beautiful. How cool to see a bobcat!

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