Colorado

Oct 24, 2009 1:46 PM by Associated Press

Colorado lynx found killed with bow, arrow

State wildlife officers say someone illegally killed a lynx, which are protected under state and
federal laws.

The 4 year-old male lynx was found in western Colorado after researchers responded to a signal from the radio collar the cat was wearing. The state Division of Wildlife says the lynx was shot with a bow and arrow.

Lynx are on the state and federal endangered species lists and can't be hunted. The state Division of Wildlife has released more than 200 lynx from Canada and Alaska in southwest Colorado since 1999 to restore the long-haired mountain cat to the state.

A reward is being offered for information on the lynx through the state Operation Game Thief at 877-265-6648.

 

 

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