Rock & Structures
Talus Slopes and Cliffs: Talus slopes are steep slopes of exposed chunks of rock that offer both basking sites and crevices for hiding. Slopes with large boulders
provide caves that may be large enough for a species such as a bobcat to occupy. Cliffs are faces of vertical exposed rock that sometimes have a talus slope at their base.
Naturally occurring caves or human-made ones such as old mine shafts. Caves are uncommon in our region.
Buildings, Ruins, and Stone Walls: This habitat includes occupied and abandoned
buildings adjacent to undeveloped land. Also included are remnants of human habitation such as old stone foundations, debris from collapsed buildings, and stone walls.