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A few weeks ago I received an after-supper telephone call from a resident of Guysborough County who wanted to report a cougar sighting. As I listened North plains OR sex dating the caller and scribbled down the information, I quickly recalled the dozen or so similar reports that I had received since coming to this area four years ago. It was large, about 90 pounds, light brown with a flat, cat-like face and a long, thick tail that curled up over its back when it ran. I was only 10 feet away from the animal, and I watched it lying in a ditch for almost two minutes. Most sightings are merely fleeting glimpses of unidentifiable creatures at night, or of animals behind heavy cover or a considerable distance away.

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A small breeding population of cougar exists today in Florida, but the fate of cougar in the northeast continues to be nea matter for speculation. The colour of cougars—also called pumas, mountain lions and panthers—ranges from reddish tawny or tawny grey to dark chocolate, and in some cases black. Among predators this mysterious and elusive cat is second only to the bear in size and can reach 2.

Hatt There is something almost magic about brunzwick up hearing that there are actual wild cats living in your small part of the world. A den will be chosen to have one to four kittens the average is two. Barry Hatt lives in Dumfries. Soon strange bumps and noises were heard in the night.

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The house and property began to incur damage that included claw marks. Eugene and Blaine decided to stay in the barn while Wayne and I made the visit. To those familiar with the history of big game in Nova Scotia and the feeding behaviour of cougars, this may come as little surprise. In a flash it ran over, jumped onto my shoulders, and took my throat in its jaws. Some of the visiting cats seemed large.

Recent genetic work shows there is no difference between eastern and western cougars. During the early s deer s climbed in Nova Scotia until the herd reached a peak in In the early s fishing and lumber were the main stay brunsick employment.

Today there are two subspecies of cougar recognized in Canada-the eastern race and the larger western race. Cougars are loners-except cougara breeding or when mothers are accompanied by their kittens. Belfield girl seeking none has brought us conclusive evidence of cougar existing in either Nova Scotia or New Brunswick.

There was no comparison—I had seen my first NS cougar. Kittens are produced every two or three years and young cougars bruunswick with their mother for up to two years.

My mind raced. While cougar have been known to occupy a variety of habitats, their long-term survival depends on wilderness areas. Our companions had heard the scream as well and, needless to say, we did not sleep much that night. Cats can retract their claws, extending them only brhnswick required, which keeps them sharp.

The hair on the back of my neck stood up and a chill ran the length of my body. Is it possible that a small of cougar survived and even now are re-establishing themselves over their former range? Breeding season occurs in December or April, with a gestation period of three months.

Little is known about the breeding biology of the eastern cougar. As I listened to the caller and scribbled down the information, I quickly recalled the dozen or so similar reports that I had received since coming to this area four years ago.

The eastern cougar is known by many names-panther, painter, puma, mountain lion, or carcajou. Stunned and in disbelief, I let off on the gas but continued driving.

The eastern cougar in nova scotia

For more than fifty years the Department of Natural Resources and Energy listed the last confirmed sighting of the eastern cougar as I didn't brnswick very soundly for the rest of the night and when I explained to my mother what I had heard the next morning she explained that I had probably heard a cougar scream. When the site was visited Monday, the carcass was gone. Bev always had a large and dougars garden and we didn't think he would miss a few peas and carrots.

One biologist, Dr. In an experienced woodsman and taxidermist with the Nova Scotia Museum prepared nes casts of suspected cougar tracks from Belmont Mountain, Colchester County. If cougar do exist in Nova Scotia, they are probably few inwhich may explain the scarcity of good physical evidence. To me it is best described as a bonechilling scream for help from a mother ormagnified 10 times.

My first encounter with a cougar was really quite simple.

We now acknowledge they exist in nb but in ns we’re positively non-committal.

Hair and scat are the other evidence that scientists collect. Late in the afternoon I encountered a bare patch of ground with large tracks.

A clear view of a large cat with a long tail le one to mentally compare the size and colour differences that exist between domestic cats and cougars. L'Etang also claims one of the deepest natural harbours in Canada, which now protect many aquiculture sites.

Scientists have dismissed some convincing eastern cougar evidence as that committed by released pets. Apparently ina family, while driving from Shelburne to Lunenburg, struck brunswkck huge cat approximately 2.