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Bill suggests alternative to killing cougars
Mark Noack, Half Moon Bay Review | 2013-01-31Appalled that a pair of mountain lion cubs were killed in Half Moon Bay, state Sen. Jerry Hill announced Friday he would put forward legislation that gives state wardens an alternative to such lethal force.
Nebraska HB747 Jan.27, 2010
Sara Carlson | 2010-01-26
South Dakota, 2/2/09
Sara Carlson | 2009-02-06
South Dakota, 2/4/09
Emorie Broemel, Communications Coordinator | 2009-02-04
Neb. lawmakers approve mountain lion hunting bill
USA Today | 2012-04-11Nebraska lawmakers passed a bill Wednesday that would allow for mountain lion hunting and create a state program that lets hunters donate deer meat to the hungry. Nebraska lawmakers passed a bill Wednesday that would allow for mountain lion hunting and create a state program that lets hunters donate deer meat to the hungry. Nebraska lawmakers passed a bill Wednesday that would allow for mountain lion hunting and create a state program that lets hunters donate deer meat to the hungry.
Cougar-hunting bill gets 1st-round OK
Martha Stoddard - Omaha World-Herald | 2012-04-05Bill would open Nebraska for cougar sport-hunting.
Bill would allow killing Missouri mountain lions
Justin Wingerter, CBS St. Louis | 2012-02-06The Department of Conservation says Missouri has had 27 confirmed mountain lion sightings since 1994.
Oregon House to hear report on cougar control
Mail Tribune | 2010-09-20Oregon legislators will hear Tuesday how wildlife experts from across the West either laud or loathe the state's much-maligned study in which agents killed 101 cougars to test whether it would improve elk herds and reduce human-safety complaints and livestock damage.
Rep: Relax dog ban for cougar hunting?
Democrat Herald | 2010-08-18The mid-valley’s cougar population seems to be exploding, and state Rep. Sherrie Sprenger says relaxing the ban on hunting the big cats with dogs ought to be considered.
Environmental groups file lawsuit to protect panthers
Hearld Tribune - Florida | 2010-02-22Wilderness losses have prompted five environmental groups, including the powerful Sierra Club, to sue the federal government for failing to protect Florida panthers as required by the Endangered Species Act.
Kansas lawmaker proposes that hunters be allowed to target mountain lions
KansasCity.com | 2010-02-10A Kansas legislator is proposing that hunters be allowed to target mountain lions in the state. Rep. Mitch Holmes, a St. John Republican, said Monday more mountain lions were being seen in the state, and the animals endangered livestock and farmers.
Poaching bill's punch restored
Argus Leader | 2010-02-08A bill that would raise the fines for poaching trophy wildlife in the state was amended back to its original language Thursday, setting up a vote by the full state Senate.
Lawsuit coming if panthers aren't protected, environmental groups say
Eric Staats, Naples News | 2009-09-29A courtroom could be the next stop for a push to designate millions of acres in South Florida as critical habitat for the endangered Florida panther.
Buckley wants ODFW answers on cougar study
Mark Freeman | 2009-03-18Rep. Peter Buckley wants the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to justify, both scientifically and fiscally, its killing of cougars as part of a study on whether thinning predator numbers can reduce human-safety conflicts and livestock damage.
Bill would require ODFW to play bigger role in wildlife protection
Amy Sienicki | 2009-03-09State lawmakers are considering a bill that would require the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to develop and implement a program to help farmers and ranchers reduce conflict between people and wildlife through non-deadly means.
Senate rejects plan to use dogs for lion hunting
Bob Mercer, American News Correspondent | 2009-02-06The state Senate strongly refused Wednesday to allow mountain-lion hunters to use dogs in South Dakota. The vote was 27-6 against the bill sponsored by Sen. Gordon Howie, an avid big-game hunter.
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