I have updated my interactive black panther distribution map with the latest sightings (detailed in yesterday's post). You can access the map by clicking here.
Once you have clicked the link and the have the map on your screen, you can click on any pin to get a brief description of the encounter that took place in that location. Feel free to offer any thoughts on patterns that might be apparent.
I have included a couple of screen shots of the map below to give you an idea of the distribution of sightings. As you can see, sightings along the I-35 corridor and east dominate. This correlates directly to the amount of rainfall the state of Texas receives. The eastern half of the state gets significantly more rainfall than the western half.
Again, to actually use the interactive feature, you will need to click the link above.