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The National Park Service, using a remote camera, captured this image of a female mountain lion in February 2015 in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area near the Los Angeles and Ventura county line. Mark Gierl sent out an email to around 6,500 residents advising them to be cautious when walking near the area."I know mountain lions have a very large territory, 50 square miles or so, so if you see them one time you might not see them again," Gierl said.

A Mequon resident reported spotting a mountain lion Monday evening near his property in the 600 block of W. There have been other reports of mountain lions — also known as cougars — in southeastern Wisconsin.

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I've always heard that a cougar (mountain lion) generally doesn't let you see it unless its considering attacking.

100 yards away or more that is unattentive to you This video is quite a good instruction. This strategy might not be valid for other beasts of prey, such as lions.

When he drove home around 6 p.m., his cart hit a patch of gravel, which startled an animal about 30 to 40 feet away.

Bersch said the creature was a mountain lion that weighed 55 to 60 pounds."It was facing away from me when all of a sudden it leaped up and looked back at me," he said.

According to the DNR, genetic testing of blood and other evidence has shown at least six individual male cougars have been in Wisconsin since 2008.

Biologists with the agency say they believe that cougars traveling in the state are dispersing from the Black Hills of South Dakota.

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