Protecting Lynx Habitat in the Rio Grande National Forest

Protecting Lynx Habitat in Colorado’s Rio Grande National Forest The U.S. Forest Service has proposed a timber sale on the Conejos Peak Ranger District of the Rio Grande National Forest. Quizzically, the Forest Service will not publicly identify specific areas...

Canada Lynx

Canada Lynx WELC is committed to helping this majestic cat thrive in the wild throughout the southern and northern Rocky Mountains. Canada lynx once ranged from Alaska to New Mexico, but due to a declining population were listed as threatened under the Endangered...

Protecting Lynx and Wolverine Habitat in Central Colorado

Protecting Lynx and Wolverine Habitat in Central Colorado The Tennessee Creek Project in Leadville, Colorado’s San Isabel National Forest authorizes 12,000 acres of logging (including more than 2,300 acres of clearcuts), more than 6,700 acres of prescribed fire,...

Canada Lynx Critical Habitat Designation

Canada Lynx Critical Habitat Designation Despite mounting evidence that lynx habitat is more expansive than previously thought, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced in 2014 that it would exclude all occupied lynx habitat in the Southern Rockies—from...