A Parks Canada conservation officer has captured a female lynx on camera once again as she checks out her reflection in a window at Deer Lodge near Lake Louise.

Conservation officer, Alex Taylor, was called out to the lodge and found a female lynx sitting almost motionless in front of a ground floor window, apparently transfixed by her own reflection.

Staff at the lodge say the female cat sat staring at the window for over 30 minutes.

Parks staff believe the mother cat thought the image was another animal that might be a threat to her kitten and think she stayed to keep an eye on it.

“I’m pretty sure we all had an incredible and rare viewing experience. It is possible the adult lynx saw in her own reflection another lynx that she thought may have presented some sort of a threat to her kitten and she wanted to keep an eye on it,” Taylor said. (Or just admiring her amazingly beautiful reflection)


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