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PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2021 9:41 am 
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He was in the Driveway down by the Creek.
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How Big is a Mountain Lion you may well ask?
He`s Thissssssss BIG!
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This is what a Baby Mountain Lion can Do to You.
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This genius thought it would be clever.
To get really close and take a picture of a Mountain Lion.

Guess what the Mountain Lion is Having for LUNCH?!
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The Mountain Lion is going to...
Eat You Too Kevin!
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What do you do if you see a cougar?
Cougars are found throughout much of B.C. and are also known as mountain lions or pumas. Cougars are generally very secretive and rarely seen. However, cougars may occasionally pass through urban settings, or when young cougars leave their parents, they start looking for their own sources of food and places to live.

Sometimes they end up in urban areas, parks or hiking trails. Although they are skilled predators, cougar attacks are rare. However, if you see a cougar in the wild or in the city, stay calm and follow these steps:

Make yourself look big – stand tall, raise your arms and spread your legs
Maintain eye contact and don’t turn your head – stay focused on the cougar
Make loud noises – yell, clap your hands, use a bear bell, or bang things together
Don’t leave until the cougar leaves – be sure the cougar has moved on before you leave

If you have small children or a dog, pick them up or keep them close in front of you. This may feel counter intuitive, but this way you can maintain control and face the cougar. A child or dog behind you may try to run away or divert your attention from the cougar. Act like you are bigger and stronger than the cougar so it will see you as a threat.

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Apparently, those same instructions hold true for hyenas, dear Sher'f -

Thanks for sharing and PEACE to you!


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Good to know Shelby!...Thanks!

We have a "farm hand" here from England.
He`s totally freaked out...LOL!!
Those big cats watch us all the time from a distance.
You don`t see them very often up close.

The Ranch Dog down the way likes to chase vehicles.
He`s a total nuisance, I haven`t seen him in a few days.

I Wonder if He Tried to Chase that Big Cat?
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