Mountain Lion cub. © Beck Photography/Aurora Open/Corbis
 

Topics of Interest:

  1. Project Goals
  2. Classification in Texas
  3. Importance of Mountain Lion
  4. What is it for me?
  5. Texas - Historical Overview
  6. Texas - Current Status
  7. Our Solution
  8. Common Misconceptions
  9. Distribution
  10. Description
  11. Behavior
  12. Mountain Lions and People
  13. Volunteer Opportunities
  14. References

 
 

 

- References

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Anderson, C.R. Jr. and F.G. Lindzey. 2005. Experimental evaluation of population trend and harvest composition in a Wyoming cougar population. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:179-188.

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Barnhurst, D. 1986. Vulnerability of cougars to hunting.  Thesis, Utah State

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Stoner, D.C. 2004. Cougar exploitation levels in Utah: implications for demographic structure, metapopulation dynamics, and population recovery.  Thesis, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.

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