Canadian lynx (Lynx canadensis) often live in tough habitats, where food is limited and scarce. To hunt as efficiently as possibly, they will utilize their ear tufts by calculating wind movement. Determining wind direction helps the lynx position itself upwind of its prey, where it can remain undetected during hunting. #silenthunter
Segoni hasn't wanted to sing in a long time. The other night he started prancing around the yard then jumped up and hit his new wind chimes. He didn't sing long, but let out a single howl and stopped. It was comforting to hear his beautiful song during this sorrowful week.