While trekking along a snowy trail in Kananaskis, the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, Tom Graham encountered something that he hadn’t seen in his 18 years of living in the town — two adult lynxes together.
The pair, which appear to be a male and a female, can be seen walking from a wooded area onto a trek pathway, even stopping to look at Graham, in the video uploaded to Twitter.
“They were close and didn’t seem worried about my presence,” Graham told Storyful. “Being a bit of a smart aleck, I called at them, ‘Here kitty, kitty, kitty,’ as they wandered off,” he added.
According to PBS, lynx mate between February and March, and during this time the male will “follow a female”. Credit: Tom Graham via Storyful