think twice about this.......did you know that a lynx den, if found in Colorado, is subject to no human encrochment for two miles surounding the den, including hunters, snowmobilers, hikers and outfitters by the US fish & wildlife agency????
Swollen tongue if I'm understanding your post, if they find a lynx den then no human is allowed at that point to go within 2 miles of it? I'm all for restoring these species but thats a bit overboard if thats true.
I didn't know that ST, but as a practical matter is it really an issue? The article says this particular den was found in the san juans at 11,200 feet. The chance of running into people is slim. The DOW probably only tracked them down because of the GPS collars....
Thats the word that I have heard in this part of the country about a lynx den. They have released some this spring just 10 miles from where I live. There has been some native lynx existing here already along with wolverine but the DOW denies their existance here in the northern san juan mountains.
When hunting whitetails there are many different languages being spoken afield that I key on when outdoors. All these little creatures living around whitetails have something to tell us if we are willing to listen.
My favorite tattletales of the outdoors are a handful of little birds that live in my state of Ohio. Maybe yours too. A tip for the upcoming season.
There are Blue Jays, Cardinals, Chickadees, Killdeer, and Sparrows that all have language...