BALDWIN\u00a0\u2014 It\u2019s not often a hunter will run into a bobcat when he\u2019s anticipating something else. But it happens. Baldwin\u2019s Jim Warren and his grandson Tyler Clugston will attest to that. \u201cI acquired 40 acres west of here in Sweetwater Township,\u201d Warren said. \u201cWe\u2019ve done a lot of deer hunting. On Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 7), Tyler and I thought we\u2019d do some squirrel hunting.\u201d Clugston, a junior at Baldwin, where he is a bowler and basketball player, is an avid squirrel hunter. \u201cWe got out there early,\u201d Warren said. \u201cWe sat around, waited and waited. We both got our limit of squirrels by 11 a.m. We saw another seven fox squirrels, but we never did shoot a fox squirrel. We shot others. On this property, I don\u2019t think anyone had ever hunted squirrels. It\u2019s just loaded with squirrels. \u201cWe were getting ready to leave and Tyler said, \u2018grandpa, come over and look over here.\u2019 There was a big log laying on the ground, kind of hollow. All around it were bluejay feathers. He kicked it a couple of times and a big bobcat comes running out. He ran out about 10 yards and he just stood there and was just looking at us.\u201d The bobcat then climb up on the a tree and laid on a branch. \u201cHe just watched us and we just walked off and we don\u2019t know what ever happened to him,\u201d Warren said. \u201cHe was a real big one, a real dark bobcat. He was just staring us down. I think he was kind of cold. Usually you don\u2019t see bobcats out during the day. That kick on the stump is what brought him out and is kind of what startled him.\u201d It was an experience that Clugston also said he won\u2019t soon forget. \u201cThat kind of scared me,\u201d he said.