THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND mountain lion 2nd season quota zone update
So far 1 cougar taken in the 2nd season for North Dakota.
http://www.gf.nd.gov/news/mountain-lion-zone-1-late-season-quota-1-7... Posted on 11/29/13 at 12:14 PM
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I saw a preview on an entertainment show for TLC's new Extreme Cougar Wives reality show (see a write up on Huffington Post here). And I have to say -as a woman whohas long been labeled as a cougar - ... Posted on 11/17/12 at 10:34 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST Crazy About Running, The Seven Minute Mile
One of the great things about running is that on occasion you surprise yourself. When I began running this happened on a fairly regular basis. I would go out and run 3 miles in 30 minutes, then a few ... Posted on 12/23/10 at 4:16 PM
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 12:44 PM
The man who shot a cougar in Jackson County on Sunday said Thursday that he and his companion had little doubt they should kill it because children live nearby and horses are kept on the property. That does not appear to be a legitimate reason to kill a mountain lion under Minnesota law.
The state Department of Natural Resources is investigating the fatal shooting of a cougar in southwest Minnesota. It's illegal to shoot mountain lions, or cougars, in Minnesota unless they're posing a threat.
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.
Some faculty at North Dakota State University want to create a list of students found guilty of cheating. Faculty who support the idea said they have no way of knowing if a student they are dealing with has a history of cheating elsewhere on campus. Nearly two-thirds of faculty who participated in a recent poll said they want NDSU to establish a registry for academic dishonesty.
A South Dakota conservation officer killed a young mountain lion that had killed a deer in a residential yard near Belle Fourche. Bill Eastman with the Game, Fish and Parks Department said the lion also had an injured foot, making it more likely that the animal could pose problems around humans, livestock or pets.
Police have shot a mountain lion that wandered inside the Bismarck city limits. The 100-pound male was killed about 7:30 p.m. Friday near the former Home Depot building. A man called the North Dakota Game and Fish Department after he and family members saw the cougar cross a street and go into a vacant lot.
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