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www.liveoutdoors.com/recreation/236133-identify-mountain-lion-tracks

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.

www.naturetracking.com/mountain-lion-tracks

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  ...

www.bear-tracker.com/caninevsfeline.html

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 ...

www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10370_12145_43573-146656--,00.html

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.

www.bear-tracker.com/cougar.html

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

www.natureoutside.com/mountain-lion-tracks-learn-to-read-them

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 ...

nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/report-wildlife-sightings/mountain-lion-reports/mountain-lion-signs

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

www.mountainlion.org/featurearticlesign.asp

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.

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