July 16, 2020

Lynx in South Vermont – Driven There by Global Warming?

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*Editor’s Note* – If readers have even a basic understanding about Canada lynx, including its history, the tone of the information found in the below article, is typical environmentalism’s clap-trap nonsense. History tells us that lynx in Vermont, at any time in history, is a very rare thing and most likely any spotting of such a critter is the result of a wayward male lynx looking for a place to settle down. It is nonsense for Vermont and other locations, where sustained habitat and available prey is nonexistent, to “protect” a species that, even under the best of conditions, is never going to sustain itself. A simple occasional spotting of a Canada lynx in southern Vermont should be a welcomed indication that the species, overall, is very healthy and doing remarkably well…but to environmentalists, that’s never good enough. 

Also of note, we are repeatedly told that global warming is much the cause of the absence of lynx on the landscape of the United States and yet this particular lynx seems to be traveling outside the southern boundary of its range. We find the same with other species. The hoax of climate change, as presented by a fascist government, becomes only a convenient excuse when control, power and greed are at stake. 

“A lone Canada lynx was photographed in the southern Vermont town of Londonderry this June, marking the first confirmed evidence of lynx in Vermont outside the Northeast Kingdom in decades. Lynx are listed as ‘threatened’ under the federal Endangered Species Act and ‘endangered’ in the state of Vermont.

The lynx was photographed in the back yard of a rural Londonderry home. Biologists with the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department confirmed the identification of the animal from the photos and visited the site to confirm the location of the photos.”<<<Read More>>>

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