Tribes halfway to lynx relocation goal

From Colville Tribal Fish and Wildlife newsletter Reprinted with permission


Last updated 12/27/2023 at 11:44am

This collared lynx is one of seven recently captured in Canada and released on the Colville Indian Reservation by tribal biologist working with several other entities. - CCT Fish and Wildlife photo

Seven Canada lynx were recently trapped in Canada and relocated to the Colville Indian Reservation (CIR) in an effort to help recover the species in Washington state.

A team of biologists, technicians, trappers, vets and other volunteers set up traps east of Kelowna, British Columbia in the beginning of October. Each trap had a game camera to record activity and allowed team members to monitor...

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