There have been no significant population monitoring or research projects on lynx in British Columbia. However, the species is biologically uniform throughout its nearly cross-continental North American range, and findings from other areas are believed to be applicable. The following paragraphs highlight the major features of lynx biology, human use, and management, as documented in a detailed literature review and annotated bibliography, prepared separately.
Hatler, David F.. 1988. A Lynx Management Strategy for British Columbia. Ministry of Environment. Wildlife Bulletin. B61