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Looking for Mointain Lions in Colorado

I was hoping that I could find someone with the expertise and knowledge in tracking Mountain lions. I would like a guide, so to speak to help me locate them in the wild. This would have to be in a relatively short period of time, as I cannot take that much time from work.
I live in Denver, but of course am willing to travel a few hours for this request. And of course I would pay for the time.
If anyone thinks they fit the bill, please contact me. tobynevernude@yahoo.com

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Welcome to the forum. The

Welcome to the forum.

The first thing that you need to do is read the rules and regulations for taking a mountain lion. They can be found on the Division of Parks and Wildlife web page or follow this link.

http://wildlife.state.co.us/SiteCollectionDocuments/DOW/RulesRegs/Brochu...

As for a guide I would suggest for you to find a taxidermist in your area and go talk to them. They will know who is chasing them since most of their clients will want a mount done if they manage to take one. You could also do a internet search for Colorado mountain lion guides and that should give you some to check out.

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