Into the Wild Festival news: ‘Near certainty’ lynx will be released into wild in Britain as landowners agree to plan

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‘Near certainty’ lynx will be released into wild in Britain as landowners agree to plan

Wild lynx could return to Britain for the first time in 1,300 years after landowners agreed to let them roam on 270 square miles of forest in Northumberland.

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12 thoughts on “Into the Wild Festival news: ‘Near certainty’ lynx will be released into wild in Britain as landowners agree to plan

  1. The wildlife we already have is struggling. I dread to think what will happen to these beautiful animals if they should thrive. People can’t deal with the predation of foxes, what will they do with a lynx? I’m assuming these wild places are in Scotland. Can’t think of anywhere else wild enough. Just trusting this has been thought through.

  2. is this so hunters can have something else to kill, what food source have these lynx got? the Grouse and Pheasants or Chickens and Lambs? This country as mentioned is poorly stocked with its current wildlife that is persecuted as hunters and farmers see them as competition or game, lets put another top of the food chain predator in the mix. Outcome will be predation of farmed animals and then culling of these reintroduced predators.

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