Evidence for an eastern cougar reassessment
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Evidence for an eastern cougar reassessment

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Statementby Janet Miller
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Paginationvi, 62 leaves :
Number of Pages62
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Open LibraryOL15246358M

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Eastern cougar or eastern puma (Puma concolor couguar) refers to the extinct or extirpated population of cougars that once lived in northeastern North America, which some authorities have considered to be a subspecies. The eastern cougars were unofficially deemed extinct by a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service evaluation in The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally removed the eastern Family: Felidae. Based on this evidence, Young and Goldman () and the recovery plan for the eastern cougar (USFWS , pp. ) generally described the eastern puma's historical range as southeastern Ontario, southern Quebec, and New Brunswick in Canada, and a region bounded from Maine to Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky, and South Carolina in the Eastern.   The extensive review turned up “no evidence of the existence of either an extant reproducing population or any individuals” of the eastern subspecies of the cougar, according to the ruling.   Another one officially bites the dust: the eastern cougar (Puma concolor couguar), a big cat resembling a mountain lion that lived throughout the northeast U.S. and Canada, has been declared.

  Cougars Officially Declared Extinct in Eastern U.S., Removed from Endangered Species List An illustration of an eastern cougar, a species last seen in Eastern cougars once roamed every U.S. state east of the Mississippi, but it has been eight decades since the . )If)the)eastern)cougar)isremoved)from)the)endangered)species)list,)will)it)be)legal) to)hunt)or)kill)cougarsfound)in)the)historical)range)of)the)eastern)cougar?). formal review of the eastern cougar in , examining the best available scientific information. The agency sent a questionnaire to all state fish and wildlife agencies within the range and contacted provinces in Canada, and no states or provinces provided . perfectly while we searched for cougar evidence in the East, no longer matched our ambitions. Indeed, after former ECF director Dr. Melanie Culver’s genetic research determined that all of the wild cougars north of Central America are the same subspecies, the idea of an eastern cougar had been rendered moot scientifically.

The Cougar Network does not support outside scientists wishing to do cougar research. Rather, we conduct our own research. The Cougar Network is a non-profit organization with (c)(3) status, so all financial contributions are tax deductible. the Cougar Home Safety Assessment Version (CHSA ) were effective in causing older residents to make environmental safety modifications in their homes. Initial data were collected during the administration of the CHSA in the homes of 40 older people in four northeastern states. AfterCited by: 2. A reassessment of the evidence for hydrothermal activity in the Neogene-Quaternary lacustrine environments of the Baza basin (Betic Cordillera, SE Spain) and its paleoecological implications. Perhaps an Eastern Native Cat Society is in order. Of course such organizations already exist. For those of you interested in mountain lions there's The Cougar Network. They keep track of confirmed eastern cougar sightings and the expansion of.