A Wisconsin forester on way to check maturity of specific trees in Morris Township caught an adult cougar on film.
This area had been gone over by state wildlife officials within previous 2 weeks, who claimed NO evidence of cougars in region.
Several people are now questioning the ability of that state's wildlife officials as if they know how to distinguish the difference between a cougar and a canine's track.
Could this be occurring across the entire eastern United States, where wildlife officials immediately claim after sightings are reported, "No evidence of cougars have been found in any given area". Perhaps state wildlife officials "are unable to distinguih differences between dogs, coyotes, wolves, bobcats, lynx and cougar tracks".