15 October 2010 “A bundle of lynx kittens…” Posted by: John Motsinger | 3 comments | Share: In September, we posted an article about recent wins for lynx in the Northern Rockies, including the news that a lynx reintroduction program in Colorado had been deemed a success by state wildlife officials. This post on the Summit County Citizens Voice blog provides more details about the program and includes several excellent photos—including one of “a bundle of lynx kittens.” Lynx lovers should definitely check it out! “Protecting and enhancing Colorado’s wildlife heritage takes hard work and dedication,” said Gov. Bill Ritter. “I commend the Division of Wildlife for this accomplishment. It’s an example of what we can do when we have a vision and the will to see it through.” Learn more about this fascinating feline on our lynx fact sheet. Click to View Full Size Show Your Support for Lynx! For the price of shipping, you can order our new lynx poster. Just send an email to Defenders lynx expert, Dave Gaillard, with your address to show your support for America’s threatened cat. 3 Responses to ““A bundle of lynx kittens…”” patti pasda November 17th, 2010 I really enjoy these posts and the continual learning and sharing in the conservation of wolves and other species, thank you for letting us all work together Noelle Davis May 25th, 2011 I would like a Lynx poster! who know's November 27th, 2013 stop killing animals Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up Recap of Pinetop Hearing; Celebrating Sucesses: 700,000 comments from wolf supports in to USFWS regarding wolf delisting proposal; this week USDA annouces they plan to audit Wildlife Services Predator Program. Also- another call to action for our supporters: Tell your Congressman to sign Grijalva and Fitzpatrick’s letter endorsing continued protection of gray wolves! Audit of Wildlife Services to be Conducted in 2014 United States Department of Agriculture’s Inspector General has confirmed that they will be undertaking an audit of Wildlife Services’ Predator Control program in 2014. A rare sighting at Skilak In a remote part of Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, our Alaska representative catches a rare glimpse of a majestic but elusive animal.