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Terrific video and commentary from AZGFD featuring Brian Jansen. Mountain Lions in America called Jansen a “straight shooter” among muzzled cougar biologists. His SDSU dissertation is one of the responsible studies out of South Dakota.

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http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/nationnow/2011/11/jaguar-spotted-southern-arizona-macho-b.html Los Angeles Times Arizona man spots jaguar; first U.S. sighting in 2 years November 23, 2011 More than two years after the demise of the country’s only known wild jaguar, wildlife enthusiasts got some good news when a southern Arizona hunting guide saw another one — an adult male. Read more…

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http://azstarnet.com/news/local/jaguar-seen-in-area-of-cochise/article_c41a3138-c50e-5bdc-a5d0-c26d5ff503bb.html Arizona Daily Star Images appear to back sighting, the 1st since big male died in 2009 Jaguar seen in area of Cochise [As of late November 22nd, 43 people had posted comments on this article.] Tony Davis and Tim Steller Arizona Daily Star | Posted: Tuesday, November 22, 2011 12:00 am A hunter photographed […]

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http://www.kvoa.com/news/jaguar-sighted-southeast-of-tucson-by-hunter-over-weekend/ KVOA.com Jaguar sighted southeast of Tucson by hunter over weekend TUCSON – A jaguar was sighted by a hunter southeast of Tucson Saturday – Arizona Game and Fish Department officials confirmed the report after DNA-sampling hair found in the area. Read more…

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Beautiful photos of a mother cougar and her half grown kittens. http://content.usatoday.com/communities/ondeadline/post/2011/03/ariz-golf-course-hole-is-par-5-and-3-mountain-lions-/1 USA Today Ariz. golf course hole is par 5 and 3 mountain lions By Michael Winter, USA TODAY The fourth hole of a desert golf course near Phoenix offered an unexpected obstacle and spectacle earlier this week: a mother mountain lion and her […]

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http://www.azcentral.com/members/Blog/LiveWire/62027 The Arizona Game and Fish Department killed another mountain lion Tuesday in southern Arizona — “lethally removed” is the official term used by the agency — after the cat killed as many as 15 bighorn sheep in a period of about seven months. State officials say if they’d left the lion to roam the […]

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http://www.examiner.com/x-8088-National-Hunting-Examiner~y2009m9d2-Kofa-Range-Mountain-Lion-removed-after-killing-15-Bighorn-Sheep The Arizona Game and Fish Department on Tuesday afternoon lethally removed a Mountain Lion known to be preying heavily on bighorn sheep in the Kofa Mountains Complex Predation Management Area in southwestern Arizona. The lion was taken in the Eagletail Mountains located about 90 miles northeast of Yuma. The action was taken in a […]

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http://www.azcentral.com/php-bin/clicktrack/email.php/8897663 It is simple concept: A wildlife refuge should include predators and prey. But in the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, mountain lions are killing too many desert-bighorn sheep. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which manages the refuge, says limiting mountain-lion predation “could benefit” Kofa’s bighorn sheep. The agency’s draft environmental assessment recommends removing some […]

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