Canada lynx


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of northern North America

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Caption: Snowshoe hare account for up to 97 percent of the Canada lynx diet.
88 The Canada lynx, a medium-sized forest carnivore, is perhaps the ESA's richest case study in the accidents of timing, taxonomy, and threat assessment.
Researchers have long known that the Canada lynx population in any given area undergoes several-year cycles of boom and bust.
Recently, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) declared the Canada lynx an endangered species and reported that snowmobiles are a "significant threat" to the lynx.
The Roku Holiday Art Pack depicts the joys of the season and includes images such as a peaceful mountain cabin festooned with lights and wreaths; a decorated Christmas tree bathed in moonlight; and nature scenes featuring wild turkeys, snowshoe hares and the majestic Canada lynx.
And that's what the Canada lynx (Lynx Canadensis) delivered with a small number of recently confirmed breeding events in northern Vermont and New Hampshire--places that previously lacked historical evidence of reproduction by this notoriously rare predator.
Friday's announcement by Dale Hall, director of the Fish and Wildlife Service, may prove to be good news for Rocky Mountain jumping mouse, a Western bird known as the "mosquito king," the Southwestern willow flycatcher, the white-tailed prairie dog, the arroyo toad, the California red-legged frog, the Canada lynx and 12 species of Hawaiian picture-wing flies.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- Defenders of Wildlife announced today that it is offering a $1500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for illegally killing a Canada lynx near Twig, MN in November.
ONRC's lawsuit addresses several illegal memos that purport to amend the survey requirements, including a November 1, 1996 memo that redefined one word in the Northwest Forest Plan, allowing over 30,000 acres of forest to be cut without completing the required surveys; a November 4, 1996 memo that excluded over 5 million acres (89 percent) of the range of the red tree vole from surveys that were explicitly required under the forest plan; and a June 11, 1996 memo that deleted the requirement to survey for Canada lynx prior to logging.
For instance, the Land and Water Fund of the Rockies recently appealed a Forest Service decision to allow a major expansion of the ski area at Vail, saying the expansion is compromising habitat critical to elk, mule deer and the Canada lynx, which is an endangered species in Colorado and at risk throughout the U.
Gamers track Black Bears in the Appalachian Mountains, hunt Canada Lynx in British Columbia, aim for Tule Elk in the Pacific Northwest, and target the Bobcat in Colorado.
Road packing also causes adverse impacts to imperiled species such as grizzly bears, gray wolves, and Canada lynx.
The new decision will permit unlimited snowmobile use and trail grooming to continue to devastate Yellowstone and its unique wildlife -- including bison, elk, grizzly bears, gray wolves, Canada lynx, and bald eagles -- this upcoming winter.
Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) A comprehensive survey by FWS, Forest Service, and Wildlife Conservation Society biologists in the area covered by the Northwest Forest Plan confirmed the presence of Canada lynx in the Oregon Cascades.
Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis) The Canada lynx is a secretive, forest-dwelling cat of northern latitudes and high mountains.
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