“Beringer said it is possible the mountain lions have always been in the Ozarks, and have remained hidden for generations.” http://www.areawidenews.com/story/1761815.html AreaWideNews Mountain Lion sightings on the rise in the Ozarks Linda Greer, Assistant Editor Although Missouri’s mountain lion sightings have increased in the past 15 years, wildlife experts say no attacks to livestock, [...]
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The photo was taken just northeast of Athens on the Pike-Montgomery County line at the edge of the Caney Creek Wildlife Management area, on the southern edge of the Ouachita Mountains, which extend east-west from western Arkansas into Oklahoma. Mason Greene owns the camera and confirmed that his camera had captured the image. He has [...]
A majority of the photos and videos of assumed cougars that we in the Eastern Cougar Foundation see are bobcats. Here is another one. http://www.4029tv.com/news/19459955/detail.html
http://lethalapp.com/news/ Wildlife Officers Respond to Mountain Lion Sightings May 14, 2009 ROGERS, Ark. – Carlos Sinclair set up a game camera in a field near a pond to catch snapshots of deer roaming his property, but instead he caught a picture of a creature that’s rarely seen in Arkansas. State wildlife officers say wild mountain [...]
Posted in Arkansas on Feb 14th, 2009
A few cougars definitely live in Arkansas. Check out the relevant confirmation map posted by the Cougar Network, http://www.cougarnet.org/southeast.html . Here you will find a link to a scientific article on Arkansas confirmations. http://www.nwanews.com/adg/Sports/251800/ Arkansas Democrat Gazette February 8, 2009 ARKANSAS SPORTSMAN : AGFC not lying, just avoiding furball over big cats Many Arkansans believe, [...]
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/services/newspaper/printedition/friday/nationworld/sfl-flbpanther1219sbdec19,0,5047035.story SunSentinel.com Florida panther could be reintroduced to other states — after local population gets boost By David Fleshler | South Florida Sun-Sentinel December 19, 2008 The future of the Florida panther rests on whether the people of Alabama, Arkansas or Georgia can be persuaded to welcome the return of large, fanged predators that had [...]