Looking for the Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx) in Switzerland's Jura mountains is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Although they were re-introduced to the country in the 1970s, there are only about 100 alive today. Wild Talk took to the hills with wildlife biologist Fridolin Zimmermann to check the camera traps set up in the Jura to monitor the population. To listen,
More than just lynx
The camera traps are so sensitive that the slightest movement sets them off. The traps in the Jura mountains capture a lot more than just lynx photos. The photos below are just a small example of the types of creatures caught in the spotlight so far.