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Learning more about lynx

Learning more about lynx

Posted by Joe Scott at Mar 29, 2010 10:10 AM |

For someone with a juvenile sense of humor like myself, there is always some amusement to be found in most situations. And after two days and 120 clicks on snow machines in the Loomis forest, I was starting to think the highlight would be Department of Natural Resources biologist Scott Fisher’s rear end sticking out of a chicken wire trap meant for a 20-lb lynx.

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Northwest wildlife hits hottest list

Northwest wildlife hits hottest list

Posted by Erin Moore at Dec 04, 2009 10:35 AM |

We all want to be on the "A List," unless that list puts you in the running for the wildlife most negatively affected by climate change. A report from the Endangered Species Coalition puts some of our favorite wildlife in the hot seat.

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With a face like that...

With a face like that...

A recent decision to designate critical habitat for lynx in the lower 48 is good news, but falls short in Washington. The Wenatchee World ran a Sunday feature on lynx in north central Washington, exploring the challenges facing their long-term survival and the importance of protecting places like the Kettle Range.

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