Bobcats: Thrilling but chilling

SALISBURY — The bobcat, once nearly eliminated from Connecticut, is now well-established throughout the state, according to Paul Colburn, a master wildlife conservationist for the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP).

Colburn spoke at Noble Horizons in Salisbury on Saturday morning, Oct. 28. He did a similar program on black bears last spring.

The master wildlife conservationist program is a volunteer effort overseen by DEEP that includes a 90-day training period.

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