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22 May 2016. From the Russian Web... Never, Ever, Look Back For What's Gone

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I told a physician (long-term clinical relationship, but not primary-care MD) once, “I’ve never looked back”. He replied, “Don’t start now!” I didn’t mean that I don’t look for lessons from the past… of course, I do, and my interlocutor knew what I meant. 122 more words

Russian

A Voice of Colorado No. 119:

Get to know the State of Colorado through its people and wildlife:

Mountain Lion Exhibit

Colorado

Mountain lion lounging on porch startles Heber City neighborhood

HEBER CITY, Utah — Imagine looking out your window and seeing a mountain lion sitting on your porch. That’s what happened to a couple in Heber last night. 283 more words

News

Game and Fish to Discuss Mountain Lion Hunting and Other Regulations

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be holding a public meeting to discuss mountain lion populations, their management and proposed hunting season quotas. The Game and Fish reviews Chapter 42 mountain lion regulations every three years and encourages all interested public to attend these meetings.  100 more words

Guns & Hunting

Flashback Friday - Cliffhanger

Editor’s Note: On Friday, we dig deep into the Safari Magazine archives and dust off a gem from our past. This week, we learn that hunting mountain lions requires a bit more stamina and creative problem solving than many think. 1,662 more words

Guns & Hunting

Journeys in America: The Grand Canyon, the mountain lion and wildlife corridors

It is impossible to grasp the scale of the Grand Canyon as you stand at one of the vantage points looking out. At about 433km long, and on average 18km wide, it is… 1,113 more words

America

Leo Loves Marion

My mother (Marion) in the early 1930s had a rather “unusual” kitty that loved her to distraction. 

This is Leo leaning against her and purring.  They were the first ever cougars in captivity and became ambassadors for changing opinions about how “vicious” the mountain lion was not.

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