Lynx range throughout the boreal forests of Alaska, Canada, and a few of the northern continental United States. Having luxuriously soft fur, lynx are caught for their fur in Alaska. Female lynx commonly have clutters of 3-5 kittycats, delivering in very early June. When hares are plentiful, they might have as many as 8 young; when hares are limited, they may not produce clutters in all, or the kittycats do not endure. Female lynx originally captured in the Koyukuk/Dietrich valley in the Brooks Range left the area in April 2020 to take a trip thousands of miles east into Yukon Territory, Canada, west to Norton Sound and the Chukchi Sea, and south to the Yukon River.
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