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    I hunt the same area. Its a cougar no doubt. Too lazy to type it all out but check my older reply on another post same subject about cougars.
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    Coyote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Stevie View Post
    I hunt the same area. Its a cougar no doubt. Too lazy to type it all out but check my older reply on another post same subject about cougars.
    That hardly qualifies the argument since many of us do.

    The other option is that it's a coy-dog, which could explain the overly pointed ears ( bred with Shepard perhaps), and the longer more filled in tail.

    Not saying it's not a cougar, but without a better pic, it's hard to tell.
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    Thanks for all the input, the farm has no pets nor does any of the adjacent farms. There are definitely coyotes and coy-dogs in the area but one thing i didn't want to mention until I got some responses was that a few years back I did get a picture of a cougar 1 concessions north of this farm which is nothing for a cougar if that's what it is. I have left the camera at this location and hope to get a better picture but i doubt it.

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    tail is to long for coyote, cougar is my guess
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    I took a liberty, hope the OP doesn't mind.

    If its a cougar its the smallest cougar in NA.
    As mentioned previously while it looks like one, if you take the time to line of those things in images individually for frame of reference with respect to size. So for example

    The apple pile to the raccoons.
    the apple pile to the "cougar" you see its barely taller than the apple pile and not much larger than the Racoons

    The cougar to the bush
    The Doe to the bush
    And then look at the 3 images and cross reference its size.

    However, I decided to take the 3 images, blend them and....Perhaps most telling is its tail isn't much larger than the racoon tail, maybe twice as large..A cougars tail would be 4,5 times larger than a racoons tail.
    Last edited by JBen; November 23rd, 2016 at 02:16 PM.

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    That's awesome JBen! Now do one with Donald Trump in it.

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    lmao

    Not saying its not. Its possible its a juvenile, but given at best there are a scant few in Ontario (maybe a dozen or two) what are the odds theres a breeding pair and this is offspring? Its still hard to say but Im thinking something around or a little larger than a fox.

    Edit.
    Actually appears to be a small buck
    Last edited by JBen; November 23rd, 2016 at 02:35 PM.

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    Because of the proximity to the apples the raccoons seem to look a little larger than the cougar because the cat is further away from the pile. And by the way, nicely done JBen, I say cougar...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebulldog View Post
    That hardly qualifies the argument since many of us do.

    The other option is that it's a coy-dog, which could explain the overly pointed ears ( bred with Shepard perhaps), and the longer more filled in tail.

    Not saying it's not a cougar, but without a better pic, it's hard to tell.
    argument? Ole uncle stevie just thought he would let the OP know that he hunted in the area. It's comforting knowing others hunt in the area, thanks for the heads up. See you boys n' gals out there.
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