by Duluth News Tribune
September 20, 2011 at 7:45 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Yet another cougar has moved across the Northland, heading east into Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Tags: animals, DNR, douglas county, local, Outdoors, Wisconsin 4 Comments »
How come cameras never get footage of bigfoot? Maybe he’s too sly for cameras.
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I still want to see proof of the leprechaun in Mobile, AL.
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I was chasing a cougar last weekend. She gave me the slip somewhere between Grandma’s and the Reef.
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The DNR looks like were busted by trail cams. It’s a collared and tagged cougar and the DNR is acting like they know nothing about it and surprised by sightings? Then playing denial about cougars…BUSTED!.., Homeland Security not only one’s with surveillance cams..LMAO.
Lived in Sawyer county before here a few years ago and there were stories of cougar sightings circulating all around and a guy told me found the DNR on his property tracking cougar…when he told the DNR he’d seen the cat and the collar and knew what they were doing, they said to him…~ you didn’t see anything and we weren’t here~
Cougars are concern. A black bear and wolves, which had regularly in my front yard that came right up to house, but they don’t first discern that I could be lunch, a cougar though might consider it. The wolves and bear always ran off when stepped out of house but a cougar might think…mmmm..snack time.
When there was the spotting of cougar and when guy told me that story about the DNR at that time the DNR kept dismissing all the sightings of cougar in area then saying was impossible and there were no cougars until a hunter treed it and took a picture which printed in paper in Hayward. And now, with tag and collar and pictures, they’re still denying it?
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