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Lynx on the line

Posted by bchristensen at Apr 21, 2008 05:35 PM |

Will you make your way through a teensy bureaucratic maze to rescue our rare lynx from its own labyrinth of fractured habitat and environmental pressures? Only you, fair traveler of the blogosphere, can bring a healthy future to our rarest of cats! Do you dare click continue and meet your destiny?

Lynx on the line

En garde! The feds aren't making it easy to comment, but I know you have a moment and a stout heart to help lynx today!

OK, so I may have been reading too many medieval stories recently, but the Canada lynx in Washington could really use your help this week. Hopefully we've made it a bit easier with some handy links, below.

Canada lynx are literally losing ground: precious habitat that this rarest of WA cats needs to survive.  While USFWS biologists identified areas in the northern and southern Cascades, Kettle River Range, and the Selkirks  that contribute to lynx recovery, all of these areas except the northern Cascades were excluded from the critical habitat designation in a recently released a habitat plan for lynx recovery. This is where you come to the rescue!

Please send a comment online or a letter by April 28, 2008 asking that these vital areas ce included in lynx recovery! The agency is not accepting email or faxes. All comments submitted electronically must go through the federal eRulemaking Portal.   You can find sample text here. Please send us a copy of your letter.

 

Thanks for taking time for lynx; the agency is not making our ability to comment  easy, but I know you will prevail and the noble lynx will have room to roam in our wild places once more! 

There I go again... maybe I should stick to books about computers. Thanks!

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