Fifty scats of bobcats and 105 scats of coyotes from Cumberland Island, Camden County, Georgia, were examined during this study. Major foods of bobcats were mammals (81.8% volume), followed by birds (13.8%) and vegetation (4.2%), with only 0.2% invertebrates. Major foods of coyotes were plant materials (46.6% volume), mammals (43.8%), and invertebrates (6.0%). This is apparently the first report of coyote foods from Cumberland Island.
Whitaker, John; Carol Ruckdeschel; Angela Chamberlain; and Laura Bakken
"Food of Bobcats and Coyotes from Cumberland Island, Camden County, Georgia,"
Georgia Journal of Science, Vol. 73, No. 2, Article 2.
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