Hawk & Bobcat Go Head To Head In Epic Staredown

Woohoo what a fight.

It’s just remarkably cool to see a predator in action. Add a second predator of a different species and we have a real fight ahead of us.

Each predator differs in its hunting methods, but often has the same goals; get as much nutrition while expending the least amount of energy.

However, this is the dream of every hunter in all reality. Even us hunters and outdoor people wish we could get that big bull moose without much hassle, no matter how much we all say we love the hunt. For a big boi we would take the easy route every time.

Most of the time, predators don’t clash. They almost seem to be aware of each other and mostly remain lucid and let each other go about their business. But every once in a while, one predator will get wind of another and think it’s time for a good old-fashioned showdown.

The only problem with this is that these animals mostly all know how to have a scrap.

This seems to be the case here. We don’t have the full story, but if I were a bettor I’d say the hawk wanted to try the bobcat and the first attack didn’t go as planned.

We see a hawk on its back, claws in the air in defense mode as the bobcat approaches. The Falcon plays pure defense as it’s not in its element in a ground fight.

The bobcat seemingly plays with the hawk while trying to claw it, no real way to attack without getting a few claws in the face.

The two stare at each other before realizing they come from the same place and brace themselves for a frantic fight before it’s over. A fight that probably just isn’t worth it.

Cooler heads prevail and both live to fight another day.

https://www.whiskeyriff.com/2022/11/22/hawk-bobcat-go-head-to-head-in-epic-staredown/ Hawk & Bobcat Go Head To Head In Epic Staredown


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