Last Saturday I was taking the family sledding and I passed what I thought looked like a lynx laying on the side of the road, but it was slightly covered with snow and I couldn't tell for sure at 55 mph. So I told my son to remind me to look on the way back. But we went back a different way and I didn't think much more about it. Today I was going caribou hunting with my daughter and passed it again, this time with a little more snow on it but I still thought it looked like a lynx, so on our way back, (after my daughter shot her 1st two caribou ever) we passed it again, so we stopped and sure enough, it was a roadkill lynx. As far as I can tell, it is in perfect condition. It looks like it got hit in the head. There was no bird crap on it and it didn't look like it had been pecked at all. After it thaws, I'll be able to tell more on the condition. I was sure glad it was still there after passing it up 3 time.