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Possible Lynx delisting lower 48
Suprised to see possible delisting of Lynx in lower 48 states. Didn’t realize there was sufficient population . Don’t see any states opening a season anytime soon.
Now they Feds can concentrate on getting the wolf delisted in all 48 states.
Quote from article: “The review concludes that the Canada lynx may no longer warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and should be considered for delisting due to recovery. “
Very good news. Anytime a species can go off the ESA list is a win for conservation!
I remember decades back they planted some in SW Colorado and asked to report if you see any. Never did hear if they took hold or not.
tell me when the wolves will get delisted in the Great Lakes, I would like to know,,,, I would not hold my breath,,,,,,
At least Wisconsin is about to handle it themselves,,,,, there is a hearing, but in the end, it will come, get rid of the wolf mgt program from the states end, only enforcement on harm to wolves, would be from the Feds....... And they can not even manage their campgrounds for heavens sake
Lynx have caused a tremendous amount of problems in northern Minnesota. It seems they don’t know they are endangered here and that they should stay in Canada. They get killed here and everyone wants to shut down trapping. They aren’t uncommon here.
The feds are desperate to find a lynx up here so they can justify imminent domain as they eliminate entire towns. The USFWS up here is Communism, land owned by the people but totally controlled by the privileged. Exactly what Karl Marx proposed in his Communist Manifesto.
Good article on the Maine program
I can second that Lynx are in northern MN. I don't live that far up, but I know a bunch of people that are or had, and sightings aren't exactly rare.
Well they are now claiming the California Spotted Owl is getting harmed by illegal pot growers. So seeing how it now legal and Taxable you`ll see a all out push to eradicate illegal pot growers. Didn`t seem to be a big deal before. Everytime a animal gets delisted someone sues and gets relisted.....so I don`t hold my breath for a permanent solution to wolves.