- Sherwood Forest – big cat? oh heck I think I'm seeing things
oldagepredator–here is a link to a really good side profilePosted 6 years agooldagedpredatorSubscriber
Nah, this was the forest not the pines.
Was just on the way back from my first trip out on the mountain bike in a couple of months. Had been exploring some of the tracks and trails outside of the National Nature Reserve / SSSI bit.
More like trying to make Clumber Park more exciting.Posted 6 years ago
If you look at the size of the cat vs the size of the rails and crossties, I’d vote for large, domestic cat. Big cats I have seen (admittedly only 2 cougar in the wild) walk with a much more deliberate, intense movement and very seldom in the wide-open like that–ane they keep their tails down low.Posted 6 years ago_tom_Member
There have been reports of big cats round here (northamptonshire). Never come across one and I completely forgot about it til this thread!
Googling shows that a lot of them are spotted along Brampton Valley Way – I ride this occasionally as it’s really close by, and now am a bit tempted to give it a ride tomorrow out of curiosity 😯
“post a picture of your bike next to a wild cat” 😆Posted 6 years ago
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