General Information on the Cougar and Habitat
The number of cougar in North America today is only a fraction of what if was a hundred years ago. They were once in many more states then they are now. Hunters have drove this big game animal farther to the western part of the United States, but it can still be found in other countries like Canada and Mexico. The cougar is from five to seven feet long and weighs from 70 to 280 pounds. Its fur is a tawny yellow above and white with a buff overlay below. The long tail is tipped with black, and the rather small head is tipped with rounded, small ears. Vocalizations include hisses, grunts and a hair-raising mating call.
Hunting Trips in
Cougar hunts are challenging and the right outfitter or guide is a must if you want to have a great trip or guided hunt.