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http://peabodykansas.com/direct/suspicious_dig_marks_get_official_attention+4335marks+537573706963696f757320646967206d61726b7320676574206f6666696369616c Peabody Gazette-Bulletin – Peabody, Kansas Suspicious dig marks get official attention By DAVID COLBURN Staff writer The unusual damage stood out, even amidst the crumpled, dilapidated remains of a farm outbuilding in central Marion County. Two 1 inch x 6 inch boards were shredded, clawed and gnawed to clear the way to a hole [...]

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http://www.flyrodreel.com/blogs/tedwilliams/2012/february/mountain-understanding FlyRod+Reel Online Mountain Lions Need Public Understanding Submitted by Ted Williams on Tue, 02/07/2012 – 15:51. Audubon of Kansas E-News February 7, 2012 Achieving Co-existence With and Conservation of Mountain Lions Requires Public Understanding We believe that positive conservation, research and management programs should be implemented for Mountain Lions in Nebraska, Kansas and other [...]

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Atchison County is northwest of Kansas City, Kansas, just across the Missouri River from northwest Missouri. http://cjonline.com/sports/outdoors/2011-11-19/outdoors-calendar-notes#.Tsj7w1a8jPw Topeka Capital-Journal Outdoors calendar, notes Mountain lion seen on trail camera ATCHISON — A Atchison County deer hunter was in for a surprise last week when he checked his trail camera and found what he believed to be a [...]

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http://www.kwch.com/news/kwch-rew-sixth-confirmed-sighting-of-mountain-lion-in-kansas-20111116,0,6118669.story KWCH – Wichita, Kansas Sixth confirmed sighting of mountain lion in Kansas By Eyewitness News 4:43 p.m. CST, November 16, 2011 (ATCHISON COUNTY, Kan.)— The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism said Wednesday that a mountain lion was spotted on a trail in Atchison County. Read more…

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Among other things, a map with the article shows the route of a young male cougar from Estes Park, Colorado, into Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_18591739 denverpost.com GPS has scientists reconsidering assumptions about animals’ range, habitat   By Bruce Finley The Denver Post FORT COLLINS — GPS tracking data collected from radio collars [...]

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http://www.thekansan.com/features/x294821201/Mountain-Lions-in-Kansas TheKansan.com Mountain Lions in Kansas Dyck Arboretum Lecture By Cristina Janney Newton Kansan HESSTON — It used to be a thing of myth — big cats stalking the Kansas prairie. But new evidence confirms it is not a myth — there are mountain lions in Kansas — so said a biologist with the Kansas [...]

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http://www.thekansan.com/highlights/x104372987/Mountain-lion-program-Jan-25-at-arboretum TheKansan.com Mountain lion program Jan. 25 at arboretum Newton Kansan HESSTON — On Jan. 25, Dyck Arboretum of the Plains in Hesston will host the first Winter Lecture Series titled “The Status of Mountain Lions in Kansas.” Matt Peek, wildlife biologist with Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and coordinator for mountain lion investigations [...]

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http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2011/jan/07/mountain-lion-sightings-focus-wildlife-meeting/ Lawrence Journal-World News Mountain-lion sightings focus of wildlife meeting By Christine Metz — Lawrence Journal-World In the past year, several mountain lions have been wandering through Kansas. The most recent spotting in the state occurred last month in Nemaha County when a landowner caught on a trail camera a mountain lion that was near a [...]

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