Some Canada Lynx have been making an unexpected appearance in Northern Minnesota – in town.
The Ely Echo newspaper reports that Lynx sightings – uncommon compared to bears, wolves and moose in the area – have popped up on the edges of Ely. Why? Possibly looking for meals of snowshoe hares.
Read the Echo’s report
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Reintroduced in the late 1980s after long absence.