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Choose from 5,133 pictures in our Wild Cat collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Great Horned Owl - with young in nest in Saguaro Cactus Featured Wild Cat Print

Great Horned Owl - with young in nest in Saguaro Cactus

CAN-3062
Great Horned Owl - with young in nest in Saguaro Cactus
Arizona, USA
Bubo virginianus
The "Cat Owl" a really large owl with ear tufts or "horns". Eats rodents, birds, reptiles, fish and large insects
John Cancalosi
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© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

JD-5320 BLACK JAGUAR - C/U of face Featured Wild Cat Print

JD-5320 BLACK JAGUAR - C/U of face

JD-5320
BLACK JAGUAR - C/U of face
Central America to Northern South America
Panthera onca Panthera onca
Panthera onca
Pant
John Daniels
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© John Daniels/ardea.com

America, American, Big Cats, Cat, Cats, Central America, Central American, Colour, Colours, Face, Faces, Facing, Head, Heads, Jaguar, Jaguars, M Ammals, Mammal, Panther, Panthers, Predator, Predators, Single, South America, South American, Wild Cats, Wild Life

Brown Kiwi - adult one poking in the ground with its long beak searching for food in native Kauri forest with fallen Kauri twigs visible Featured Wild Cat Print

Brown Kiwi - adult one poking in the ground with its long beak searching for food in native Kauri forest with fallen Kauri twigs visible

SAS-713
Brown Kiwi - adult one poking in the ground with its long beak searching for food in native Kauri forest with fallen Kauri twigs visible
Trounson Kauri Park Scenic Reserve, Northland, North Island, New Zealand
Apteryx australis
The kiwi is New Zealand's most ancient living bird and a biological oddity. Flightless and largely nocturnal its one-off evolutionary design holds all sorts of biological records. Kiwi build burrows and lay a huge egg that produces a mature fully-feathered independent chick. And that's where they are at their most vulnerable. Introduced predators and ferral cats or dogs kill the chicks and can erradicate a whole generation of kiwi. That's why special programs to protect the kiwi are in place. Eggs and chicks are removed from the bush to return them again to the wild when they gained enough weight to be big enough to fight off predators. The kiwi is highly threatened and also the icon of New Zealand.
Steffen & Alexandra Sailer
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© Steffen & Alexandra Sailer/ardea.com