“Living with mountain lions “makes you wary. However, it doesn’t stop us from doing anything,’ said Morris, who keeps his pet cat indoors, saying it would not survive long in the surrounding woods.”
At the website, see radiocollar locations of female AF69 on the western side of Boulder.
lions at home on range
Colorado cougars routinely traverse urban areas, study finds
By Bruce Finley
The Denver Post
The cougar known as AF69 stands by a doe that she would later cache near a home west of Boulder. (Courtesy of Ian Morris)
BOULDER — AF69, a 90-pound female cougar, makes a healthy living on human habitat — stalking, eating and hiding deer around houses — usually when people aren’t looking.