Communication and Perception
Little is known about communication among Eurasian lynx. Their vocalizations are low and not often heard. They have keen eyesight and hearing, mainly used to locate prey and potential mates. Males and females mark their home territories with gland secretions and urine. (Nowell and Jackson, 1996)
Communication Channels: visual; acoustic; chemical
Other Communication Modes: scent marks
Perception Channels: visual; tactile; acoustic; chemical
- Nowell, K., P. Jackson. 1996. Wild Cats: Status survey and conservation action plan. Cambridge, U.K.: IUCN: The Burlington Press.