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Now that the Lynx has officially been designated as threatened, skiers and ski areas could see changes.
A transplanted Canadian lynx moves into the Keystone area, in Colorado, prompting wildlife officials to take a closer look at local ski area expansion plans.
The Colorado Wildlife Commission has approved an experimental attempt to reintroduce the elusive Canada lynx to its native habitat in the Rockies.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has recently listed the nocturnal, tuft-eared Canada lynx as a threatened species.
Ignore the hordes of Californians moving to fill mountain town subdivisions. There's more to worry about. There's a new immigrant to ski country, whose land needs dwarf those of Vail, Steamboat and other ski areas.
Confrontation had been brewing at Vail for months, perhaps even years...
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