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Fresh Puma Kills

This observation is rather typical when investigating fresh puma (also called mountain lions) activity (using data from GPS collars). While hiking in on the nearby ridge I found an older bed (about 36 hours old) with fresh scat, evidence that the mountain lion had indeed been there. I then began searching more carefully and soon found the remains of the deer that the puma (82M) had killed and eaten. He also rested for some time while apparently grooming (note the large size of the bed compared to a sleeping bed) in a bed with a scenic view (see second photo). Note how the bed is dry while the surrounding area is wet, it had stopped raining 30 minutes before as I began my hike into the area...

Posted by maxallen maxallen, December 02, 2018 02:10

Observations

Photos / Sounds

What

Mountain Lion Puma concolor

Observer

maxallen

Date

December 2018

Description

A bed of mountain lion 82m.
The second photo is a fawn eaten by mountain lion 82m - the reason he was sleeping in this spot.

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