Lynx
of Amazing British Columbia

On this page: References for the lynx, the L entry in Amazing British Columbia: A Natural History From A To Z


One alphabet book cannot tell everything about the lynx. The references below include information about the photographer and links to f sites with more information about the lynx.

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Dan Newcomb, Photographer of the lynx



Dan wrote some information about himself and his work.

Dan Newcomb photographer for Amazing British ColumbiaMy Name is Dan Newcomb. My full time job is in telecommunications but my passion is photography.

Work takes me all over B.C. and sometimes north of 60. I always carry my camera gear with me for the encounters with wildlife.

I have been lucky enough to photograph many different animals including
  • bears,
  • foxes,
  • buffalos,
  • and lynx.
I've taken photos of other animals, but the list shows the main ones.

The lynx picture in the book was taken on the way to a telecommunications site east of Fort Nelson. The mother had 3 kittens with her. It was a special few minutes while they slowly made their way deeper into the bush. It was a rare opportunity to see them and a joy to capture a few pictures.

Click the link to see more of my animal photos. (This link will open a new page.) There are a lot of photos, so be sure to click the pages numbers at the bottom of the new page to see them all.

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Other Photos of Lynx



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Books About Lynx

These are the books I read about lynx.
  • Barnes, Susan (1994) Hunter in the Snow: The Lynx. Boston: Little, Brown &Co.
  • Edmonton, Hurtig. "Lynx" in The Junior Encyclopedia of Canada James M. Marsh (Ed.) Vol. III p. 119.
Here are some other books about lynx.

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Links To Other Information About Lynx





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