Mountain lion spotted in Hunter Creek area

A mountain lion has been spotted in Hunter Creek. Jo Armistead has heard the cat over the last two weeks and Ralph and Dottie Christofferson said every morning it wakes them up below their home making an awful sound.

Bend teen may not have seen cougar, but issue remains

Some homeowners are taking precautions after a Bend teen thought he saw a cougar Thursday afternoon in the northeast part of town.

Dogs help Oregon couple fend off cougar attack

COVE, Ore. (AP) — The first camping trip of the season for a Cove couple turned into an encounter with a cougar that ended with dogs and people teaming up to send the big cat into retreat.

Welcome to the Food Chain

Number of animals killed by agency more than doubles

The number of animals poisoned, shot or snared by the U.S. Department of Agriculture more than doubled last year, and environmentalists who are critical of the killings renewed their effort Tuesday to limit the agency's funding for such activities.

Lion trapped, relocated from north Boulder neighborhood

Wildlife officials: Young cougar killed house cat but did not pose public safety risk

Hunters Are Depleting Lion And Cougar Populations, Study Finds

Sport hunters are depleting lion and cougar populations as managers respond to demands to control predators that threaten livestock and humans

Lion research continues in Black Hills

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – A closer look at diet is the next phase in a study of mountain lions in the Black Hills, research that's gone high-tech to learn more about an animal that few South Dakotans will ever see in the wild.

AP EXCLUSIVE: Wildlife whistleblower case in NV

A former professional hunter for the U.S. government claims in a whistleblower complaint that he was fired in retaliation for reporting co-workers who illegally shot two mountain lions from an airplane in northeast Nevada.

Not your ordinary stray kitty

After receiving a dose of tranquilizer from a dart fired by Luke Ellsberry of the Wyoming Game and Fish, a mountain lion slowly relaxes on his perch at the home of Mike and Pam Masterson on North Bernard Street Sunday morning.