Ringtail and bobcat and armadillo — oh my! Guest list at Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge continues to grow

A new species has been added to the list of animals using the Land Bridge! This is a Ringtail Cat with a Texas Spiny Lizard in its mouth. A member of the Raccoon family, Ringtail Cats are rarely seen because they are nocturnal and very shy./Courtesy Of San Antonio Parks And Recreation

With a lizard in its mouth and its unmistakable striped tail on full display, a ringtail recently was spotted crossing the Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge, adding to the ever-growing list of critters using the passageway.

The catlike nocturnal mammal, often called a ringtail cat, is part of the raccoon family. It was grabbing a bite to eat when one of the San Antonio Parks and Recreation’s hidden game cameras caught a snapshot… Read more on this topic in the link below…

https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/amp/Tobin-Land-Bridge-wildlife-animals-16629927.php

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