Court gives lynx ‘fighting chance’ in SW Colorado

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Court gives lynx ‘fighting chance’ in SW Colorado

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A male lynx crosses a road just outside of Silverton during a snow squall in March 2016. The elusive cats were reintroduced to Colorado in 1999.
One of three lynx seen just north of Molas Pass on in 2015 walk on 6-foot-deep snow, thanks to its large paws.
Jennie Sinclair, a wildlife biologist with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, stands at the top of a snowy Molas Pass in 2010 using a hand-held antenna to track a lynx in a valley below.

Court gives lynx ‘fighting chance’ in SW Colorado

A male lynx crosses a road just outside of Silverton during a snow squall in March 2016. The elusive cats were reintroduced to Colorado in 1999.
One of three lynx seen just north of Molas Pass on in 2015 walk on 6-foot-deep snow, thanks to its large paws.
Jennie Sinclair, a wildlife biologist with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, stands at the top of a snowy Molas Pass in 2010 using a hand-held antenna to track a lynx in a valley below.
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