Canada Lynx


5″x7″ Canada Lynx card and envelope

Photos by Amos Wiebe, Famous Amos Photography


Story on the back:

“It’s truly amazing to see these lynx out and about walking around on the top of five feet of powdery snow in the boreal forest, thanks to their large snowshoe-like feet!”
The Canada Lynx is an elusive nighttime hunter, feeding mostly on snowshoe hares. They make a sound not unlike a loud house cat. When they’re mating in March, it’s “…a fit of screaming cat chaos.” That’s how National Geographic described Amos Wiebe’s video of a couple’s courtship in a tree. The litter of 3 or 4 kittens will join in the hunt with their mother at three to four months and will grow to be about 60 cm tall.
Find photos and videos by Amos Wiebe, the wildlife whisperer of northern Alberta, on Facebook at “Famous Amos Photography.”
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