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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 […]

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http://peabodykansas.com/direct/suspicious_dig_marks_get_official_attention+4335marks+537573706963696f757320646967206d61726b7320676574206f6666696369616c Peabody Gazette-Bulletin – Peabody, Kansas Suspicious dig marks get official attention By DAVID COLBURN Staff writer The unusual damage stood out, even amidst the crumpled, dilapidated remains of a farm outbuilding in central Marion County. Two 1 inch x 6 inch boards were shredded, clawed and gnawed to clear the way to a hole […]

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Identifying cougar tracks

Go to the website for a link to a video http://www.semissourian.com/blogs/davis/entry/46087/?response=no Southeastern Missourian Identifying Mountain lion tracks   Finding tracks on your property can be exciting, especially if they’re large and unfamiliar. Determining the culprit who left those tracks behind is easier if you know what to look for.   Read more…

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The American Ecological Research Institute (–AERIE) is pleased to announce its 6th annual “Mountain Lion Tracking, Management and Ecology Workshop”.  Conducted over 4 days in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, among the continent’s most spectacular wildlife habitat, the 2012 4-day field sessions will run Tuesday-Friday, Tuesday, Feb 7th – Friday, Feb 10th near Great Falls, […]

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MNR spokeswoman Jolanta Kowalski said the last confirmed cougar sighting in Ontario was in 1884. And although the ministry receives numerous reports of sightings each year, she says 95% are are misidentifications.   “We haven’t said that they are not here. We know that there’s a presence of them in Ontario and we’ve said that […]

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http://www.nebraska.tv/story/14643021/mountain-lion-tracks-confirmed-at-bessey-ranger-district NTV Nebraska.tv Mountain Lion Tracks Confirmed at Bessey Ranger District There have been two specific indications of mountain lions roaming in the Bessey Ranger District within the last few days. Confirmed tracks were discovered six miles from the trailhead on the Dismal Trail, followed by a sighting near the main campground. Read more…

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http://ozarksfirst.com/fulltext?nxd_id=453747 OzarksFirst.com Another Mountain Lion Sighting Confirmed in Missouri (Economy, MO) — The Missouri Department of Conservation has confirmed a mountain lion spotting in Missouri. This time, photos of tracks turned up in Macon County, in Northeast Missouri. Read more…

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http://www.jsonline.com/sports/outdoors/114869439.html Journal Sentinel – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wildlife expert teaches technique to volunteers Paul A. Smith Tomahawk — James Halfpenny fired up a projector and the image of a large cat, with a stocky, round head, long, black-tipped tail and tawny, well-muscled flanks, looked out at the audience. Though merely a digital image, the animal commanded […]

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