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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.  

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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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Everywhere cougars roam, even in the lowest dispersal densities, what we call incidental evidence appears: cats treed, hit, shot, snared, and found wandering into towns and cities. And increasingly, the proliferation of remote game/wildlife cameras is getting terrific pics of cougars along the urban/suburban interface. Folks even get pics of cougars on cell and point […]

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We speak often of how incidental cougar evidence like this series of pics of a cougar taking a fawn occur regularly wherever cougars roam, even in the lowest densities. Last fall one cat wearing a radio collar tripped a half-dozen cams as it made its way across northern Wisconsin into the Upper Peninsula. Yet random […]

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A certain camp among eastern game agency biologists and professionals argue that the eastern US is too densely populated to support cougars, that cougars require the most remote wilderness areas. They haven’t paid attention to the Santa Monica Mountains of west Los Angeles, which supports about a dozen cougars. Griffith Park east of the Santa […]

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http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20120718/METRO/207180396/1361/Cougar-sighting-reported-in-U.P.%E2%80%99s-Marquette-County Cougar sighting reported in U.P.’s Marquette County By Tom Greenwood The Detroit News 3 Comments   A rare daytime photograph of a cougar roaming the woods in the Upper Peninsula is bolstering arguments of wild life experts that the big cats are doing well in Michigan. The Michigan Wildlife Conservancy —a nonprofit organization formed […]

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http://www.wqow.com/story/19057933/cougar-photographed-in-buffalo-county WQOW.com – News 18, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Cougar photographed in Buffalo County EAU CLAIRE (Press Release) – An avid outdoorsman, using a trail camera for the first time on recently purchased land in Buffalo County, came up with pictures of a wild turkey, a white-tailed deer and, surprisingly, a wild roaming cougar. A wildlife […]

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The article states, “Michigan wildlife officials believe the spike in confirmed sightings is likely the result of two factors — a huge increase in the use of trail cameras, and the growth of cougar populations in other states, such as Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska, as well as the Dakotas.”  No populations exist in Wisconsin, […]

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