Direct sightings and indirect signs of presence are an important source for surveying populations. Correctly documented signs of presence are of high importance for our work. If you have made an observation, please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org with this form.
Practical information on how to identify and document signs of presence:
Since lynx is the only large felid in the Alps, its tracks are together with photos of lynx the most important evidence for lynx presence, as fresh tracks are easily recognizable.
Lynx tracks are sometimes confounded with tracks of dogs, wolves, foxes or hares.