Wayne secures a managed harvest. Lynx season is now concluded making way for the breading season that lasts into April.
Canadian Lynx are characterized by their long ear tufts, flared facial ruff, and short bobbed tail with a completely black tip. They have unusually large paws that act like snowshoes in very deep snow making them an agile hunter. With thick fur and long legs, their favorite prey is the snowshoe hare.
Lynx have excellent eyesight; they can spot a mouse at 250 feet! Also, the black tufts of hair at the tops of their ears serve to enhance their already phenomenal hearing.