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Proceedings of the Seventh Mountain Lion Workshop

Proceedings of the Seventh Mountain Lion Workshop

Proceedings of the Seventh Mountain Lion

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH MOUNTAIN LION WORKSHOP 15-17 MAY 2003 • THE VIRGINIAN LODGE • JACKSON, WYOMING Editors: Scott A. Becker Daniel D. Bjornlie Fred G. Lindzey David S. Moody Organizing Committee Scott Becker Ron Grogan Dan Bjornlie Fred Lindzey Tom Easterly Dave Moody Sponsored By: The Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society Wyoming Game and Fish Department Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit © 2003 Wyoming Game and Fish Department 260 Buena Vista Lander, Wyoming 82520

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    STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA MOUNTAIN LION

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    HARVEST INFORMATION

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    population trend. A digital habitat

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    MOUNTAIN LION STATUS REPORT FOR TEX

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    UTAH MOUNTAIN LION STATUS REPORT

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    Figure 2. Cougar habitat in Utah. A

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    UTAH MOUNTAIN LION STATUS REPORT ·

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    UTAH MOUNTAIN LION STATUS REPORT ·

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    understanding with UDWR. Their repo

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    350 300

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    emoved 67 and 54 animals, respectiv

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    Figure 1. Mountain lion management

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    Total Lion Harvest

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    and payments made to claimants rang

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    CRYPTIC COUGARS - PERSPECTIVES ON T

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    extirpation. In the big picture, ho

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    as the mid-1940s, for instance, not

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    close range, came upon the gripping

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    awareness of the puma in the state

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    (Grus americana), California condor

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    Foundation Newsletter, winter issue

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    RUSS, W. B. 1997. The status of mou

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    MOUNTAIN LION STATUS REPORT: BRITIS

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    LESSENING THE IMPACT OF A PUMA ATTA

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    We defined a child as a person unde

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    except that attacks by pumas on hum

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    Figure 1. A comparison of patterns

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    the rate of detection of attacks an

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    look bigger, but the cat continued

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    communication with Kevin Bergersen,

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    Vertebrate Pest Conference. Univers

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    RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LAND TENURE S

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    PUMA RESPONSES TO CLOSE ENCOUNTERS

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    GENETIC STRUCTURE OF COUGAR POPULAT

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    CHARACTERISTICS OF MOUNTAIN LION BE

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    whether the bed was associated with

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    person could be seen from plot cent

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    Gagliuso 1991). Leaving strips of t

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    IMPACT OF EDGE HABITAT ON HOME RANG

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    ECOLOGY OF SYMPATRIC PUMAS AND JAGU

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    EVALUATION OF HABITAT FACTORS THAT

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    COUGAR-INDUCED INDIRECT EFFECTS: DO

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    FOUR DECADES OF COUGAR-UNGULATE REL

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    CHARACTERISTICS OF COUGAR HARVEST W

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    CHARACTERISTICS OF COUGAR HARVEST

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    Finite rate of increase

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    Washington. Final Report. Washingto

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    MONITORING CHANGES IN COUGAR SEX/AG

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    DYNAMICS AND VIABILITY OF A COUGAR

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    MONITORING MOUNTAIN LIONS IN THE TU

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    EVALUATING MOUNTAIN LION MONITORING

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    MYSTERY, MYTH AND LEGEND: THE POLIT

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    COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION OF MOU

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    USING COUGARS TO DESIGN A WILDERNES

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    FACTORS AFFECTING DISPERSAL IN YOUN

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    different HRD estimates would be a

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    DISPERSAL IN MALE PUMAS · Laundré

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    Sweanor 2001) could easily dominate

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    LITERATURE CITED

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    COUGAR EXPLOITATION LEVELS AND LAND

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    USING GPS COLLARS TO DETERMINE COUG

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    WHAT DOES TEN YEARS (1993-2002) OF

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    THE DISTRIBUTION OF PERCEIVED ENCOU

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    MODELING OFFSPRING SEX RATIOS AND G

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    MOUNTAIN LIONS IN SOUTH DAKOTA: RES

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    Holly Akenson

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    Steve Cain

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    Carolyn Grygiel

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    Marc Kenyon

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    Craig McLaughlin

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    Jay Tischendorf, DVM

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