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Western cougar populations have been resurgent since the 1960's, largely due to increased legal protections (i.e., game animal status) and prey populations (primarily deer and elk)."There may now be more mountain lions in the West than there were before European settlement" reports Dr.There are currently three documented populations of cougars in this region centered in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the Badlands of North Dakota and most recently in the Pine Ridge region of the Nebraska panhandle.
On August 5, 2005, the NDG&FD announced that the state would be holding its first mountain lion hunting season in the fall of 2005.
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By the early 1900's, cougars were thought to have been eliminated from all of North Dakota.
But, confirmed sightings began to surface in the 1990's after decades of apparent absence.
Due to the great expanse of this region, The Cougar Network has broken it into two sub-regions (upper and lower).