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    I live way back in the sticks in the mountains of extreme western Md. Pretty much on the Wv. border. For yrs the Mayland DNR and WV DNR claimed that there was no such thing as mountain lions in our region or the east coast for that matter. I have personally seen two in my life on my property.

    Now, with everyone having trail cams in the woods these days, I knew it was just a matter of time till we got a legitimate picture of one.
    Low and behold my co worker of all people got this fabulous picture on his farm last week. This picture and prints were confirmed by the Pa. Game Commission. this was taken just across the Pa. line outside of Uniontown Pa.
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    My buddies who hunt in WM talk about the stories they hear, but have never seen one. I'll pass the word.

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    Great photo, healthy one!!
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    Default Re: East Coast Mountain Lion

    Looks just like the ones we have out west. Pretty cool getting a photo of one.

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    Default Re: East Coast Mountain Lion

    Quote Originally Posted by scesnick View Post
    I live way back in the sticks in the mountains of extreme western Md. Pretty much on the Wv. border. For yrs the Mayland DNR and WV DNR claimed that there was no such thing as mountain lions in our region or the east coast for that matter. I have personally seen two in my life on my property.

    Now, with everyone having trail cams in the woods these days, I knew it was just a matter of time till we got a legitimate picture of one.
    Low and behold my co worker of all people got this fabulous picture on his farm last week. This picture and prints were confirmed by the Pa. Game Commission. this was taken just across the Pa. line outside of Uniontown Pa.
    I'm impressed. I've been hearing stories all of my life; but nobody has ever taken a picture or even found tracks.
    I just assumed they were dropped off by aliens for excercise while they went on to feed the Loch Ness monster.

    Nice picture, thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: East Coast Mountain Lion

    -Seen one in central Mass. 1974 and another in central Maine. The experts will always tell you that's not possible.
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    Default Re: East Coast Mountain Lion

    I saw one about 13 years or so ago in our area. WV DNR says they do not exist.
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    Default Re: East Coast Mountain Lion

    yet another reason to buy a CABBED tractor

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    Default Re: East Coast Mountain Lion

    we were told in Wisconsin they were not in the state till they were caught on camera,now all of a sudden they are here,and they are protected.

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    i hope they can explain this in a way that it is an escaped pet

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