Hunting has put B.C. cougar population at risk
By Judith Lavoie, Times Colonist, January 19, 2011
Trophy hunting and habitat loss are putting B.C.’s cougar population at risk and provincial policies do not adequately protect the big cats, says a new report by three scientists from the Raincoast Conservation Foundation.
The study is being released today in anticipation of the province shortly publishing its first cougar management plan, which is under internal review.
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