On his motion-activated camera, an archery deer hunter found several images of what appears to be a mountain lion in northcentral Kansas on Oct. 19. It could be the fourth verification of mountain lions in the state in three years.
On his motion-activated camera, an archery deer hunter found several images of what appears to be a mountain lion in northcentral Kansas on Oct. 19. It could be the fourth verification of mountain lions in the state in three years. Courtesy photo
On his motion-activated camera, an archery deer hunter found several images of what appears to be a mountain lion in northcentral Kansas on Oct. 19. It could be the fourth verification of mountain lions in the state in three years. Courtesy photo

Official: Photos appear to show another mountain lion

October 27, 2010 12:00 AM

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