7 edition of The eastern cougar found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Chris Bolgiano and Jerry Roberts.|
|Contributions||Bolgiano, Chris., Roberts, Jerry, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C23 E16 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005016906|
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This time I picked the book with the intriguing title, the eastern cougar. The ongoing mystery about the eastern cougar's existence or extinction is one of the more fascinating problems in science at the present.
The book has gathered together truly excellent info from from some hard to access areas/5(9). Another good book providing compelling evidence about the possible existence of the eastern cougar. Like other books of this genre, the vast majority of this book focuses on the evidence and not the cougars themselves.
I would have given it five stars if it spent more time focusing on cougar behavior--but that's just me/5. His articles on cougars have appeared in many magazines, including Appalachian Trailways and Fur-Fish-Game.
He has had his work on cougars published in the peer reviewed Proceedings of the Eastern Cougar Conference, and is known by many wildlife biologists for his extensive knowledge on the cougar in the East.5/5(5).
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Provides information about the Eastern cougar, and discusses the latest efforts made to protect this big cat from extinction. The first book to cover the history and current The eastern cougar book of the mysterious big cat Investigates the controversial question of whether wild cougars still inhabit the eastern United States Collects 3/5(1).
This is a good book for making the case that the Eastern Cougar, a thought to be extinct subspecies of the North American Mountain Lion (which is separate from the eastern subspecies of /5.
Although generally presumed extinct in the wild, the eastern cougar subspecies remained protected by the Endangered Species Act. Eastern cougars historically ranged from Michigan, southern Ontario, eastern Canada and Maine south to South Carolina and west across Tennessee.
At one time, they lived in every Eastern state in a variety of habitats. However, on Janu the Eastern cougar subspecies was officially declared extinct in the U.S.
and removed from the endangered species list by. Eastern Cougar does inhabit South The eastern cougar book A touring troupe of actors caravanned southward in the 18th century toward Savannah and were attacked by a pack of wolves near Jacksonboro.
Foolishly. Eastern cougar. [Sylvia Funston; Olena Kassian] -- Explores how eastern cougars live and discusses their endangered status. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Firefly Books\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
Thus, the eastern cougar is not extinct—it never existed. It is more correct to say that the North American subspecies of mountain lions is locally extinct in the northeast, because there is not a breeding population in this region.
Recent and future mountain lions. The Quest For The Eastern Cougar: Extinction or Survival. is an informative voice of reason that quiets the confusion regarding the powerful predator.
It tells us about the cat's historic demise and alleged The eastern cougar book human encounters. The scientific explanations as to why one ought to believe or dismiss the cougar's presence are : Robert Tougias. Book of the Week: The Extinction of the Eastern Cougar The sad fate of the Eastern Cougar has now been officially declared by the U.S.
Government – it is extinct. The status of this animal has long been a subject of controversy, with many, including the U.S. Government, declaring that the animal has been extinct since the : Grace Costantino.
To lumpers, a cougar is a cougar no matter where it lives. Many wildlife scientists are now of the opinion that eastern cougars, Florida panthers and western mountain lions are not separate subspecies. Either way, the result is that Florida now has a viable population of panthers that were once on the brink of disappearing forever.
News that the eastern cougar has gone extinct is capturing headlines today. That’s a bit misleading, as the subspecies was actually officially declared extinct inand it's probably been.
Introduction: The Eastern Cougar Foundation (ECF) was founded in by Todd Lester, one of perhaps only two people who said he saw a cougar—in —and 13 years later was successful in documenting he took the lead in writing a grant proposal and got funding for 20 remote.
Eastern Cougar. likes 1 talking about this. The Eastern Cougar is NOT extinct!!. Followers: Read "Eastern Cougar Historic Accounts, Scientific Investigations, New Evidence" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
The first book to cover the history and current status of the mysterious big : Stackpole Books. Internet Archive Book Images/Public Domain. It was when Todd Lester saw his first and only East Coast cougar, in the wilds of West Virginia.
He had been out hunting the day before, and his redbone coonhound, Trigger, had run off. Lester got up at the crack of dawn to go look for his : Cara Giaimo. The first book to cover the history and current status of the mysterious big catInvestigates the controversial question of whether wild cougars still inhabit the eastern United StatesCollects written accounts from the settlers who first encountered the animals and includes contributions from leading figures in the fieldWhen European settlers first reached the shores of North America, eastern Author: Chris Bolgiano.
Cougar This powerful predator roams the Americas, where it is also known as a panther, puma, mountain lion, and catamount. This big cat of many names is also found in many habitats, from Florida.
He was the principal organizer of the first Eastern Cougar Conference, held in Erie, Pennsylvania inand the co-organizer of the second conference in Morgantown, West Virgina in He is the president of the Eastern Cougar Foundation and founder of the American Ecological Research Institute.
In the s, Todd established the eastern cougar listserv as a forum for people with an interest or expertise in eastern cougar history and biology. Online, he met Chris Bolgiano, who was then working on her first book, Mountain Lion: An Unnatural History of Pumas and People, published in The Quest For The Eastern Cougar: Extinction or Survival.
is an informative voice of reason that quiets the confusion regarding the powerful predator. In this readable, well-researched book, Robert Tougias has made a valuable and timely contribution to the public and scientific discourse about mountain lions in the East and the potential Brand: Iuniverse.
The Eastern Cougar: Historic Accounts, Scientific Investigations, New Evidence (edited by Chris Bogiano and Jerry Roberts, published by Stackpole Books, ) provides an astonishing array of historic accounts and scientific evidence, carefully compiled and objectively edited by the authors, to provide a strong probability that cougars survive in small breeding pockets in the east/5.
The first book to cover the history and current status of the mysterious big catInvestigates the controversial question of whether wild cougars still inhabit the eastern United StatesCollects written accounts from the settlers who first encountered the animals and includes contributions from leading figures in the fieldWhen European settlers first reached the shores of North America, eastern couga.
The eastern cougar was a subspecies of the North American cougar. It was declared extinct by the USFWS (United States Fish and Wildlife Service) in It has also since been removed from the endangered species list. It seems that the last sighting of the eastern cougar occurred in Maine in Historically, according to the USFWS on their website.
second eastern cougar conferences ( and ) and gave the keynote talk at the third this past May in Ontario. He has also published several articles on cougars in the Midwest. New Direction: ECF’s mission that it is dedicated to recovery of cougars in wild areas of their former range in eastern and central North America.
LEGAL STATUS. Eastern cougars (now known as Puma concolor couguar) and the Florida panther (now known as Puma concolor coryi) are fully protected under the Endangered Species e no one can visually distinguish these subspecies from other possible cougar subspecies in the woods, and because even DNA analysis cannot define a genetic profile for the eastern cougar subspecies, all.
Eastern Cougar - Felis concolor cougar Contributed by John Garton, SCWF Board Member Emeritus. The cougar (also known as mountain lion, panther, painter, catamount, puma, and other names) was once one of the most widely distributed mammals in the Western Hemisphere.
Books about Mountain Lions Fiction and nonfiction books about mountain lions aka cougars, pumas, or catamounts and subspecies such as the Florida panther. Includes animal fiction, animal fantasy, xenofiction, natural history, nature, etc. Todd Lester expanded them through an eastern cougar web site and a listserv, which at times has included well over people from South America to Alaska.
Lester and Linzey standardized the procedures they use to narrow the large volume of sightings to the. Eastern Cougar Historic Accounts, Scientific Investigations, New Evidence by Chris Bolgiano Editor Jerry Roberts Editor. ebook. Washington Post, and numerous other publications.
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Inthe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declared the eastern cougar extinct. Based on its extensive research, the Service concluded this subspecies of big cat had disappeared from the east by the s.
While mountain lions were once common in Kentucky, research shows the state has not supported a wild population of mountain lions for more. The "eastern cougar" is specific subspecies, as established by taxonomists. A cougar subspecies is a legitimate topic for a Wikipedia article, and well, yes, that'd be my "vision;" to have a Wikipedia article on this particular subspecies.
Hence the title "Eastern Cougar.". Save the Eastern Cougar. K likes. The Eastern Cougar is one of Canada's most beautiful wild animals. This extraordinary creature is becoming endangered in Followers: K. In Cougar: A Guide for Older Women Dating Younger Men, sex and relationships columnist Valerie Gibson takes the reader on a witty romp through all the excitement, satisfaction, drawbacks and pitfalls of dating younger men.
Above all, she reminds readers that being a cougar is liberating, empowering and almost illegally fun. The cougar (Puma concolor) is a large felid of the subfamily is native to the Americas. Its range spans from the Canadian Yukon to the southern Andes in South America, and is the widest of any large wild terrestrial mammal in the Western is an adaptable, generalist species, occurring in most American habitat types.
Due to its wide range, it has many names including Class: Mammalia. The article, "Investigating Cougar Sighting in New York" by Scott Van Arsdale. Scott does make a number of valid points and statements. Scott does make a number of valid points and statements.
But sadly, he titles the article with "Big Cat Tales", which makes the reader believe that he is making fun of the possibility of mountain lions existing. The Cryptid Zoo: Eastern Cougar The cougar is a big cat that was once found throughout most of Canada, America, Central America and South America.
It is also known as the puma, panther, painter and mountain lion. The article begins with "Eastern cougar (Puma concolor couguar) is considered by many puma biologists to be a subspecies of the North American cougar" This is of course wrong, as the North American cougar (Puma concolor couguar) is a subspecies of the cougar (Puma concolor).
So either Eastern cougar is the same subspecies as P. c. cougar, then.Eastern cougar or eastern puma (Puma concolor couguar) refers to the extinct or extirpated population of cougars that once lived in northeastern North America, which some authorities have considered to be a subspecies.
The eastern cougars were unofficially deemed extinct by a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service evaluation in  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally Class: Mammalia.On Jan. 22, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it plans to remove the eastern cougar from the federal list of threatened and endangered species on Feb.
A press release notes that most native cougars were essentially wiped out in the s by either being killed directly or by loss of habitat. One cougar was killed in Maine in