Learning to live with a predator at our debt free off grid cabin

While trying to catch a killer, tracking a predator has been very difficult. We have a predator on the homestead, or at least, stalking our snowshoe hare population. We were able to track the snowshoe hare and lynx for some…

Learning to live with a predator at our debt free off grid cabin

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While trying to catch a killer, tracking a predator has been very difficult. We have a predator on the homestead, or at least, stalking our snowshoe hare population. We were able to track the snowshoe hare and lynx for some time on the property, but they still evade us. We are able to track the Lynx on our small 5.5 acre homestead, however finding the predator is not so easy. Once we find it, trying to catching a killer, tracking a predator is extremely difficult, we have no experience with it.

We are going to likely start trapping the hares in the spring and summer but we are out of our league with the Lynx. We do not have any experience trapping things yet but looking forward to the challenge. The main thing is the safety of our family and our poultry, the best thing would be never to see have the tracks on our property again, but nature will always find a way to make things happen.

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