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    Default Here we go again cougar spotted in north pelham

    A jogger spotted a cougar in NORTH PELHAM
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    Didn't the MNR recently admit what hunters and farmers have been saying for years? YES, we have cougars. Please, correct me if I'm wrong.

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    [QUOTE=Noseyarentcha;999075]Didn't the MNR recently admit what hunters and farmers have been saying for years? YES, we have cougars. Please, correct me if I'm wrong

    Ok, you're wrong.
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    Funny how it works around ont. We're I live these so called mountain lion siteings are always the knew kind of loin they have wings and don't need to eat either I know this because they don't leave any tracks in the snow so they must be flying on their ghost lion wings and they don't leave behind any scatt so this proves they don't eat and that's why they never show up on the 20000 game camera's on the bear baits or deer bait cams a cross ont and they don't get caught in live traps or get it on the rd it's almost like their not hear and as far as the hole Mnr letting them out. The m.n.r. let turkeys go I see those on my game camera the m.n.r. let elk go and we see those around to any how I personally would love to see a fresh track or even better see one hanging on a snare or see one running in front of the Hounds if I ever see one of the ones that don't have wings I'm going to shoot it and hang it up in the front yard and that will help sort out the fairy tails until you get one caught or shot I would not be to paranoid about what sells newspaper's take care and if you ever find a big kitty litter box out in the woods you know u are getting closer to killing the ghost lion shoot strait and good day

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    I've see. The pics.

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    Ive seen the pictures of Big Foot as well. lol

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    It's harder to fit into a cougar suit.
    I guess there is not a lot of cougars. So they don't get seen much. Lots of other animals are rare. Have you ever seen a fisher?

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    I heard a hunter at the butcher shop tell about 15 other hunters that his MNR sources told him they brought in cougars to control coyote population and fishers for porcupines.

    He was serious and I laughed in his face. He didn't like that. Dumbest thing I've ever heard.

    I know of 4 coyote hound gangs that have hunted his area for at least 30 years combined. Shot thousands of coyotes and foxes and even the odd Wolf. BUT NEVER have they ever crossed a cougar track or seen any sign of one. These hound guys cover A LOT of country if they haven't got onto one, I'd say a cougar isn't around here

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    What's the captive population of cougars in ont? Maybe they get tired of feeding them.

    Cougars to controll coyotes. Lol. Does that work out west?

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    The MNR may have released some. Because this was once there home range.

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