Articles Tagged with “lynx”

5 Articles found tagged with “lynx”.

  • Drying wetland Drives Muskrat Decline

    46 years worth of satellite imagery has shown that Canada’s Peace-Athabasca Delta has been slowly drying. This has driven the decline of the muskrat, and may have repercussions for the many species that prey on it.

    By Alex Taylor on 24th January 2019
  • Lynx Reintroduction in the UK

    The Eurasian Lynx could make a return to the UK after a absence of 1300 years, after a proposal to reintroduce them into Kielder Forest has been submitted by the Lynx Trust.

    By Alex Taylor on 20th August 2017
  • Rewilding: Lynx and Livestock in the UK.

    Attacks by lynx on sheep, particularly lambs, are known from across Europe and it seems inevitable that lynx would kill sheep here in Scotland. It is important however to put this in perspective.

    By James Common on 20th October 2015
  • Bring Back the Lynx

    Recognition of the valuable role it played here, mainly as a predator of deer, has led to calls for the lynx to be reintroduced to the UK.

    By Alex Taylor on 29th March 2015
  • Large Carnivores in Europe

    large carnivores are very important for the habitat they live in and the other species they live with, exerting top-down control of the environment. Therefore, carnivore populations and their habitats must be preserved.

    By Alex Taylor on 14th January 2015