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Mountain lions moving into Midwest
ConnectTristates.com | 2011-03-10Due to bigger populations in the west, experts believe some young male mountain lions are heading east on a search for their own territory.
Close Encounters Of A Lion Kind: Meeting Cougars, Foxes, Bears ... and Bear Poop
Marc Bekoff -Psychology Today | 2010-04-05Because my living space encroaches on the terrain of mountain lions and many other carnivores-- including coyotes, red foxes, and black bears--the likelihood of meeting one of these beasts is fairly high.
LETTER: GF&P causing problems, not fixing them
Rapid City Journal | 2010-03-11Once again the Guns, Fees & Politics (GF&P) Commission has proclaimed another successful mountain lion hunting season. Not hard to do when you have no clue what you are doing other than economically exploiting a natural resource!
Dog owner fends off raccoon with Samurai sword
Mercury News | 2010-02-12Dawson originally told authorities that the animal that fought with Stunna was a mountain lion, but officials with the California Department of Fish and Game notified him Thursday that the offending animal appears to have been a large raccoon.
Reports of lion in Northern New York a hoax
WCAX - Vermont | 2010-02-12Have catamounts returned to the mountains of Northern New York? State wildlife officials say the answer is no, despite reports circulating via email and text message.
Game Commission deals with Internet hoax
Trib Total Media | 2010-02-01Pennsylvania Game Commission officials in two different parts of the state have been dealing with the same Internet hoax.
Police Investigate Cougar Sighting In Minneapolis
WCCO | 2010-01-12Police are investigating another possible cougar sighting in Minneapolis.
Beautiful animal needlessly slaughtered
Desmoines Register | 2009-12-18The Department of Natural Resources has said that mountain lions typically leave humans alone unless cornered. I hope Goebel does not consider himself a hero in this slaughter. He sat 40 yards away and shot the nonthreatening lion using a rifle with a scope.
Hoax photo doesn't help believability of mountain lions in Poconos
Pocono Outdoors John Serrao | 2009-10-26There's a saying that "things aren't always what they appear to be." Never has this been more accurate than in today's digital, computerized world.
There's Nothing So Rare as a Cougar in Missouri
Wall Street Journal - JUSTIN SCHECK | 2009-10-19When Jeff Beringer got a Sunday-night call from a deer hunter who said he had shot an aggressive mountain lion last fall, he whipped the Missouri Mountain Lion Response Team into action.
Wildlife commission: No mountain lions in WNC
Citizen Times, Asheville, NC | 2009-09-28The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is warning the public that a photograph of a mountain lion purported to be taken in western North Carolina is actually from Texas.
Mountain lion backlash
Molly Miron, Bemidji Pioneer -MN | 2009-09-25Since the story ran Monday on the Bemidji PIoneer Web site and in Tuesday's newspaper about a Bemidji resident striking and killing a young mountain lion on Carr Lake Road...
Fish and Game reports possible mountain lion sighting in Barnstead
Brendan Berube - Salmon Press, NH | 2009-09-23The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department reported late last week that one of its staff members spotted what they believed to be a mountain lion in Barnstead while following up on a routine report of a mountain lion sighting.
Predatory mountain lion killed
Predatory mountain lion killed | 0000-00-00State game officials killed another collared mountain lion that they say has been preying on bighorn sheep in the Kofa Mountains Complex Predation Management Area.
Should Arizona sell sheep tags to lions?
Emily | 2009-08-27That's right, the Kofa offers a "once in a lifetime sheep hunt" according to AGFD who has separated the Kofa into 3 Game Management Units, and sells tags for each one. The hunter success rate has averaged 89% over the last 20 years. So, just to recap, the message AGFD is sending is: A) You have the right to kill protected sheep as long as you pay a fee to the state, and 2) It's okay for humans to kill sheep for fun, but not for lions to kill sheep for subsistence.
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