Saturday, February 5, 2011

A Pride of Pumas

Taken at Liberty Orchards, Palisades, WA just south of Wenatchee.

A woman who lives about 25-30 miles from Soap Lake , WA sent these pictures which were taken nine miles from her house. A cow was found killed and the trail cam was put in place to see what was preying on it.
The weather was so weird that tracks won't stay long. You can count up to eight cats in one of the pictures. Who'd ever heard of eight cougars at a kill site. They're acting more like a pride of lions than the solitary cougars they normally are.

(The above was forwarded to me in an email from Lydia Bosley)

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