Cougar numbers on rise November 3, 2010 California

Mike North: Cougar numbers on rise  November 3, 2010  Merced Sun-Star California

Some folks call blacktail deer the "ghosts of the forest" because they're elusive and hard to hunt. But there's another animal in California that's even ...

The Department of Fish and Game estimates that the population peaked in 1996 and has stabilized since then with about 4,000 to 6,000 lions in the state.

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