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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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Cougar Rewilding Foundation VP John Laundre discusses his seminal Yellowstone research.

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For Immediate Release, January 8, 2013 Contact: Dr. John Laundre’, SUNY Oswego, (315).529.3759 Christopher Spatz, Cougar Rewilding Foundation, (845).377.1034 Adirondack Park Could Support 350 Cougars Mountain Lions Would Restore Biodiversity to Ancestral Home CAMBRIDGE, Eng. – Re-evaluating a thirty year-old Adirondack cougar habitat study, the international conservation journal Oryx today published pioneering ecologist Dr. John Laundré’s The Feasibility of the […]

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Why Bambi Must Go

In this article, Dr. Dan Cristol, a professor and ornithologist at William and Mary  College in Virginia, recommends fencing off large tracts of forest to assure the continued survival of birds that nest in dense understory near the ground—birds such as the worm-eating warbler—because hordes of hungry deer are devouring it all.   Is such a […]

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Commercial deer farming is repulsive to traditional deer hunters and to the non-hunting public alike, yet proposed modern deer management techniques, especially in TX., are bordering on crossing the line of the North American Model that all wildlife belongs to the public.  The lure of more and easier deer hunting has created an emerging commercial […]

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Many people have submitted comments on the article at the website. http://www.adirondackalmanack.com/2011/11/john-davis-and-case-for-cougars.html John Davis and the Case for Cougars by Phil Brown While walking through the West Virginian highlands, John Davis was struck by the character of the forest: all the trees were middle-aged and the ground was covered with ferns. There were almost no […]

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http://coyotes-wolves-cougars.blogspot.com/ More information on the Wisconsin Deer Study that is underway: In the Eastern part of the State, excluding death by helicoper capture to tag the animals(which will cease going forward), 7 deer were killed by cars and 1 from starvation—no wolf,coyote, bear or bobcat caused predation!,,,,,,,,,,,,,In the Northern region of the study, excluding mortality […]

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http://auburnpub.com/news/local/article_50ab5b0e-dbff-11e0-9fc5-001cc4c002e0.html auburnpub.com Expert: Local deer herds devouring vegetation Jason Gabak / Special to The Citizen | MONTEZUMA — There are differing opinions on deer populations across the Northeast. While some see them as a beautiful species that needs to be protected, others see them as a source of food and still others see them as […]

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