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" It feeds on eggs, ducks, partridges, mice, stranded fish, and occasionally on land captured beaver, young deer or sheep, while rabbits, of course, form their staple article of diet. It is chiefly taken in snares ; some are trapped, and others are followed... "
Proceedings of the United States National Museum - Page 702
by United States National Museum - 1905
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The Mammals of Colorado: An Account of the Several Species Found Within the ...

Edward Royal Warren - Mammals - 1910 - 300 pages
...says that "in the Mackenzie River District the lynx feeds on eggs, ducks, grouse, mice, stranded fish, and occasionally on a land-captured beaver, young...rabbits, of course, form their staple article of diet." He says the flesh is white and tender, and much relished by the native and other inhabitants of that...
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The Mammals of Illinois and Wisconsin

Charles Barney Cory - Mammals - 1912 - 505 pages
...says,} "It feeds on eggs, ducks, partridges, mice, stranded fish, and occasionally on land captured beaver, young deer or sheep, while rabbits, of course,...much-relished native country product. The female is * NA Wood says, "While trapping on Sand Point in 1855-6, Mr. Fitlenger took fifteen individuals of...
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