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We Get Mail: More On The Eastern Cougar

Oct 19, 2018 | Opinion

Following The Notebook’s recent coverage on whether the Eastern cougar is alive and well in Nova Scotia, avid hunter Kingsley Brown of Antigonish County writes:

There isn’t a shred of substantive evidence of cougars in Nova Scotia, but I believe it’s likely they are here. Sightings are circumstantial, for sure, although there’s reason to believe the sightings are true.

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