Explains how to identify and interpret the tracks, sounds, and other signs of wild animals, such as bears, deer, birds, squirrels, and weaselsLynx tracks are noticeably larger than those of the bobcat even though the animals average weights are similar (20 to 30 pounds for lynx). This is ... Prints left by lynx can even be as large as, and sometimes larger than, those of mountain lions. In snow ... Since the lynxa#39;s primary prey is the snowshoe hare, it spends much of its time in thick, lowland habitat and mountain thickets that hares also frequent.
|Title||:||Animal Tracks and Signs of North America|
|Author||:||Richard P. Smith|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 1982|