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The Missing Lynx?

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Bonsall, CA –It’s been over 700 years since a Eurasian Lynx has been seen in Scottish forests. That may be about to change via a well-planned reintroduction program to bring this beautiful and necessary apex predator back into remote areas.
Biologists and wildlife conservationists are working with locals so that they understand that the lynx is a natural solution to a real problem of a roe deer population that has been spiraling out of control and creating significant environmental impacts.
This variety of Lynx once roamed throughout northern Europe and down through the mountains of Tibet. Habitat loss and being hunted for its coat almost wiped out the entire species. Luckily prior reintroduction programs have been successful elsewhere in Europe, and small populations are taking hold.

Tashi, a Eurasian Lynx ambassador, helps Wild Wonders educate the public about his species and their challenges. Through onsite Experiences and Virtual Safari education programs, visitors and viewers learn not only about the animals themselves, but the ongoing conservation efforts to
keep them safe in their natural environments.
Tashi can be seen in the Cat Education 101 Animal Experience.
For further inquiries, interview requests, onsite visits, or appearances contact Jackie Navarro at 760.630.9230 or wildwonders@att.net

About Wild Wonders: The facility in Bonsall, California, is where kids and adults can “tame” their curiosity for wildlife. Through live interactive programs and tours at our site or yours, our wildlife educators and our 120 animal ambassadors will take you on a dynamic adventure you will not forget. Our goal is to excite the public and foster a desire to preserve and learn about wildlife and the important role they play in the planet we share.

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