Lynx captured in rare photos

Lynx captured in rare photos

A rare lynx is captured by remote research camera in the San Juan Mountains. Using automated cameras mounted in trees, researchers are studying where lynx live and how well they're doing, said Eric Odell, manager of Colorado Parks and Wildlife's carnivore conservation program.
A rare lynx is captured back in February by remote research camera, prowling at night in the San Juan Mountains. Scores of lynx roam the San Juan Mountains, 16 years after they were reintroduced.
A rare lynx is captured by remote research camera prowling along in the snow of the San Juan Mountains on April 20, 2011. Scores of lynx roam the remote Colorado high country, 16 years after they were reintroduced to the state. But the elusive animals are rarely seen or photographed. Using automated cameras mounted in trees, researchers are studying where lynx live and how well they're doing, said Eric Odell, manager of Colorado Parks and Wildlife's carnivore conservation program.

Lynx captured in rare photos

A rare lynx is captured by remote research camera in the San Juan Mountains. Using automated cameras mounted in trees, researchers are studying where lynx live and how well they're doing, said Eric Odell, manager of Colorado Parks and Wildlife's carnivore conservation program.
A rare lynx is captured back in February by remote research camera, prowling at night in the San Juan Mountains. Scores of lynx roam the San Juan Mountains, 16 years after they were reintroduced.
A rare lynx is captured by remote research camera prowling along in the snow of the San Juan Mountains on April 20, 2011. Scores of lynx roam the remote Colorado high country, 16 years after they were reintroduced to the state. But the elusive animals are rarely seen or photographed. Using automated cameras mounted in trees, researchers are studying where lynx live and how well they're doing, said Eric Odell, manager of Colorado Parks and Wildlife's carnivore conservation program.