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

Mountain lion caught on camera by hunter

October 28, 2010 12:00 AM

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