Report on Lynx in the Okanagan

This post includes a link to the PDF complete report. I have uploaded the report because many hikers and adventurers in the Okanagan have never seen a Lynx. This report will answer many questions. Thanks to Ray Derickson who hosted the researchers at his trapping cabin which, I am sure, made the gathering of accurate […]

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On February 5, 2021
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This post includes a link to the PDF complete report. I have uploaded the report because many hikers and adventurers in the Okanagan have never seen a Lynx. This report will answer many questions. Thanks to Ray Derickson who hosted the researchers at his trapping cabin which, I am sure, made the gathering of accurate data much easier. Sustainable take of Okanagan lynx (Gooliaff 2021)[1975]

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