"1. To determine and describe the predation ecology, movement patterns, territorial behavior and habitat of bobcats in New York. 2. To determine vital population characteristics and exploitation levels of bobcats in New York. 3. To recommend management alternatives for bobcats in New York on the basis of an information synthesis, range map and model of current bobcat exploitation levels in the region. 4. To make recommendations concerning the feasibility of lynx reintroduction in Adirondack Park based on the inferred level of lynx-bobcat competition and a survey of potential lynx range in the Park."
Biology, Ecology and Range of the Bobcat, Felis rufus in New York and its Inferred Interactions with Potentially Reintroduced Lynx, Felis canadensis canadensis in Adirondack Park.
Fox, Jeanna S. and Brocke, Rainer H., "The Role of Parasites and Diseases in the Diseases in the Distribution and Abundance of Bobcats in New York" (1983). Adirondack Wildlife Research Project Reports Funded by the Pittman-Robertson Act. 19.