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The Middle Path, One Day At A Time

Cat in a Quandary

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ABOUT 100 MILES NORTH of Bangor, Maine, lies 32-mile-long Moosehead Lake, surrounded by rolling, wooded country. A few miles above the tiny town of Greenville, a pinpoint at the southern tip of the lake, the paved highway that brings visitors from the south fades into a gravel logging road, and clear-cuts sprawl on all sides—vast swaths of sun-drenched meadows erupting with the renewed growth of young trees. These regenerating stands are key habitat for threatened Canada lynx.

Cat in a Quandary – National Wildlife Magazine

Author: Bill

Stumbling down the Middle Path, one day at a time.

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