Bob and a Cougar

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Took the little one to a local animal rehab center.

Young bobcat
IMG_8979 by runnah555, on Flickr

Mountain lion (which are in Maine despite what the inland fishery people say....)
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Beautiful Cats.
 

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Nice set. The cougar looks like he's sitting on someone's front door step.
 
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nice. I noticed you through in the Mountain lion debate. Seems we are wondering quite a bit lately what may be in these maine woods. I was hearing about wolves too, and how many possible.....
 

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Fuzzballs!!
 
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nice. I noticed you through in the Mountain lion debate. Seems we are wondering quite a bit lately what may be in these maine woods. I was hearing about wolves too, and how many possible.....

I think wolves are likely further north but identifying them is much harder because they are pretty much just bigger coyotes. Things like tracks and scat are identical except for being a bit bigger.

Cougars on the other hand are much easier to identify when you find them. What is funny is that a lot of the sightings are just misidentifications which seems crazy considering how big they are compared to any other cat species. Lynx and bobcats are tiny in comparision.
 

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