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Sightings have been on the rise in the last decade due to a greater of people living and recreating in traditional cougar habitat and a healthy population of prey animals that has lead to growth in the cougar population. Cougars are often confused with other animals, and many sightings reported to wildlife agencies are found to be coyotes, bobcats, yellow dogs or even house cats.

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Do not run and do not cougasr dead. Keep your garbage in a container with a tightly fitting lid. Cougar attacks on humans are very rare. Sustainable Resource Development's Fish and Wildlife Division never re-locates cougars as a means of controlling deer s in different areas of Alberta. If a cougar returns to your neighbourhood, it is because it has learned that food or shelter can be easily attained there.

Searching For Members Profile Never let them play outside unsupervised, near forested areas or cougags dusk or dawn. Cougars may be more likely to enter human-use areas if the deer there are easier to catch. This will prevent cougars, and other wildlife, from using that space for shelter.

Be prepared to use it to defend yourself if a cougar approaches within 12 metres 40 feet - equivalent to a bus length. Are cougars a threat to my animals?

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Urban deer that get food from unnatural sources such as your yard tend to become slower and more docile, making coufars easier prey for cougars. Always walk your dog on a leash. If they enter open habitats and areas near humans, they typically do so when it is dark.

What should I do if I see a cougar in my backyard? It is very rare for people to hear the sounds cougars make.

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All members and persons appearing on this site have contractually represented to us that they are 18 years of age or older. Cougars normally vocalize only when they are mating, feeling threatened or communicating with their kittens. These qualities mimic those of smaller mammals, so a cougar may mistake for a prey cuogars. Hit the cougar in the face with rocks, sticks or your fists.

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Keep your cats indoors and bring your dogs inside at night. Date of stay: February Trip type: Traveled with family Location. Teach children that if they see a cougar, they should never scream in fear, turn their backs or run away.

Only Cougars is here for those that wish to meet cougars and not fall victim to another hookup site scam. Show the cougar that you are not easy prey cugars making yourself look big and speaking loudly. If you keep sheep, llamas or goats on your property, ensure they are kept in a secure, covered shelter at night.

Keep the perimeter around your house clear of thick or tall vegetation. Give the cougar enough space to leave the yard. Use all means at your disposal. True cougar sightings are relatively low in as they are elusive and generally not found within heavily populated areas.

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Avoid attracting small animals to your yard. Human wildlife conflict Cougars As more people live and spend time in traditional cougar habitat, the past onlg has seen increased sightings of cougars in Alberta. The rest of their diet consists of elk, moose, bighorn sheep and small mammals. A Fish and Wildlife officer can provide advice on preventing cougar encounters and responding when cougar encounters are unavoidable.

Feeding or leaving fallen bird seed or salt licks that attract wildlife such as deer to your property will, in turn, attract cougars and other predators.

A healthy cougar population is an indication of a thriving local ecosystem.