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Sarah Czarnecki is a writer and author with a special interest in wildlife, conservation, and sustainability. Her work has appeared in several travel magazines and nature publications. As a volunteer for the Felidae Conservation Fund, she enjoys writing blogs that bring attention to lesser-known wild cat species and articles that highlight pioneering research. With Felidae’s ongoing mission to discover and educate, there is no shortage of felines to feature.

Sarah admires snow leopards’ ethereal beauty, but admits she has a soft spot for bobcats’ firecracker charm. She lives in the part of Wisconsin where bobcats are rare, but she holds out hope of spotting their tracks on one of her hikes someday.

Thank you for all of your time and expertise, Sarah!

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