December 16, 2018

Canada Lynx Report: An Extremely Rare Discovery

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Maybe I tricked you with my title to this article. Regardless, read and consider the rarity of this report on the Federally protect Canada lynx.

It is almost unheard of these days to find any kind of written report about any animal, wild or domestic, that isn’t fraught with Romance Biology, Voodoo Science, Scientism, Environmentalism, emotionalism, animal rightism and any other “ism” you can think of.

Nope! Sorry that this report might be disappointing to most but what a breath of fresh air. It contains only what one man observed when he went into the forest to collect some data about Canada lynx. He followed paw prints in the snow, backtracked on them and discovered the lynx had caught and killed a ruffed grouse and carried it 0.37 miles before eating it, perhaps sharing it with lynx.

No talk of global warming. No talk of we’re all gonna die. No talk of any of that nonsensical crap almost always found in such reports.

Thank you to wildlife biologist Scott McClellan, for filing such a report. Thanks to Emily MacCabe for posting this report and thanks to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife for allowing this rare event to take place.

Please send more just like it.

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