NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND 8 cats in the bag
North Dakotas eighth mountain lion was taken in zone 1. If two more are taken from zone 1 before March 31, 2011, the quota of 10 will have been reached and the season within zone 1 will close immediat... Posted on 11/12/10 at 10:34 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Trail camera records mountain lion near Two Harbors
In case you missed it elsewhere on our website or in the printed version of the News Tribune, here's the story about the mountain lion image captured on a trail camera near Two Harbors:
Few people ... Posted on 10/26/10 at 1:44 PM
Wildlife officials say hunters are nearing the early season mountain lion quota in southwest North Dakota, with the killing of the seventh lion late last week near the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A mountain lion killed on a Connecticut highway last month had apparently walked halfway across the country from South Dakota, according to Connecticut environmental officials who said Tuesday that the journey of roughly 2,000 miles was one of the longest ever recorded for a land mammal.
Stephen Dockery, Associated Press
, July 27, 2011
Despite a rise in cougar sightings on the Fort Berthold Reservation, hunters have had limited success killing the cats since a special hunting season was launched three years ago, a wildlife official said.
Hunters killed two of the reclusive mountain lions on the reservation in December, the only ones since the season began in September, said Fred Poitra, game and fish director for Three Affiliated Tribes.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
, January 27, 2010
An apparently starving bobcat met a small dog in a small garage in Littlefork, Minn., last week, an encounter that turned out fatal for both animals.
Lloyd Steen, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officer, was called to the Koochiching County home Thursday on reports that a dog had disappeared and that a “cougar” was trapped in the owner’s garage.
By John Myers, Forum Communications Co.
, January 20, 2010
An 86-pound, 2-3 year old female mountain lion taken Dec. 5 by a hunter calling coyotes 30 miles southwest of Alexander in McKenzie County is the seventh cat taken in zone 1. If one more is taken from zone 1 before March 31, 2010, the quota of eight will have been reached and the season within zone 1 will close immediately.
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