lllinois pic turns up in St. Lawrence County, NY, including photoshopped stickers of Long Lake & I Love NY. Meanwhile, incidental video from Hollywood. Millions of surveillance cams are now deployed, but no such cougar video has appeared in the East north of Florida.
Category Archive for 'Eastern Cougar'
December 5, 2013 Dear Cougar Rewilding Foundation Member, Good holidays. We wish we had reason to join this season’s festivities of celebration, but 2013’s cougar news has been cause for more consternation: As we predicted, South Dakota failed to meets its cougar hunting quota for the first time, and its female subquota for the fourth […]
November 2013 Newsletter
A wild female cougar has yet to be documented in a Midwestern state east of the Prairie Colonies. Without females, cougar recovery East is impossible. Another rare potential eastern female pioneer was shot near Bismark, ND. Despite the school lockdown, a cougar has not been implicated in an attack east of the Rockies since the […]
Posted in Co-existence, Cougar Rewilding Foundation, Decline of Eastern Forests, Deer Problems, Eastern Cougar, Education, Encounters, Monitoring, New York, Recolonization, Reintroduction, Remote Camera, Sightings, Tracks, Unconfirmed Sightings on Sep 19th, 2013
New York State Museum, Albany Huxley Theatre Sunday, October 6: 1PM – 2:30 PM Bill Betty, a Rhode Island resident and mountain lion lecturer from Cougars of the Valley, will review their year-long Connecticut field camera initiative, mountain lion biology and behavior, and the perspective of cougar recovery in New England based on compelling eye-witness […]
Cougar Rewilding Foundation VP John Laundre discusses his seminal Yellowstone research.
Recolonization of the Midwestern United States by Large Carnivores: Habitat Suitability and Human Dimensions
Posted in Eastern Cougar on Jun 21st, 2013
Our former intern and Facebook moderator Julia Smith offers in her master’s thesis her contribution to the recovery of big predators. Congratulations, Julia! Recolonization of the Midwestern United States by Large Carnivores: Habitat Suitability and Human Dimensions
Living Alongside Wildlife Ghost of the Appalachians