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Many hikers get scared out of the woods when they misidentify mountain lion tracks as domestic dog prints. A few simple tips can help you know the difference.


The right front track of a mountain lion in dust. Note the strong asymmetry and large pad. Mountain lions tend to flick their front feet when walking which usually  ...


How do you tell the difference between the tracks of dogs and cats? Was that track you found on the trail left by a mountain lion or a big dog? There are some ...


First, determine if the track is from a Canine (dog) or Feline (cat) ... Bobcat tracks are much smaller than cougar tracks, typically about 1 1/2" long by 1 3/8" wide.


Jan 4, 2013 ... Animal tracks and natural history information on mountain lions or cougars. Puma concolor.


May 26, 2014 ... Finding a mountain lion track is an electric experience. While you may “know” there are big cats out there, seeing evidence in person is quite ...


Learn to note the differences between mountain lions, bobcats, and large dogs by their field signs, tracks, and sounds.


Mountain lions are seldom seen, but the signs they leave behind can help you ... Cougar signs include tracks, scat, scratches and cached (partially buried) prey.

Jan 30, 2012 ... Missouri Department of Conservation Resource Scientist Jeff Beringer discusses the markings on the paw of a sedated Mountain lion.