How One Researcher Is Keeping Cougars At Bay In Washington
Cougars are hard to track — and even harder to count — but sightings of them are on the rise in northeastern Washington state.
That’s according to one researcher who is working to find a way to ensure that cougars avoid people, their pets and livestock. His tools? Dogs and podcasts.
Northwest Public Broadcasting’s Courtney Flatt has the story.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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