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TULSA, Oklahoma -- There was more than just Easter Eggs hiding in a North Tulsa man's backyard this weekend. A mountain lion made it's way up a tree, giving Luke Roberts and law enforcement quite a surprise. Mountain lions are not common around these parts of Oklahoma. The Wildlife Game Commission is trying to figure out where the female mountain lion came from and how she wound up in Roberts' tree.
Originally posted by Golithion
reply to post by soontide
That is interesting but it really isn't far from the Mountain Lion (Puma etc..) range traditionally. But as this study will say very little is known about the Central reaches of it's range. Most is associated with the Western reaches, but Texas has enough to allow hunting of the big cats. But it is unusual that is for sure, mountainlion.org...
This site has a good map of the Puma's range. www.totalwildlifecontrol.com...edit on 5/9/1111 by Golithion because: (no reason given)