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We "shot" a mountain lion

Author: 
Marty
Article Date: 
December 9, 1962
Language: 
English
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The story behind Arizona's lion bounty

Author: 
B.Householder
Article Date: 
June 1966
Language: 
English
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The search of Old Scarback

Author: 
A.Marley
Article Date: 
December 8, 1974
Article Abstract: 
An oversize mountain lion with a big appetite for livestock finally met his match in Stewart Hunt and a dog named Queenie. The locale is the Chiricahuas and adjacent border areas.
Language: 
English
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The mountain lion

Author: 
B. Householder
Article Date: 
March 1960
Language: 
English
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Some habits of Arizona mountain lion

Author: 
M. E. Musgrave
Article Date: 
January 1929
Language: 
English
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Rogue of the Rim country

Author: 
G. Burridge
Article Date: 
March 1956
Language: 
English
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Mountain lion - felis concolor

Author: 
C. C. Niehuis
Article Date: 
September 1967
Article Abstract: 
Hunting and hunters in Arizona
Language: 
English
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Mountain lion "tails"

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
October 10 1965
Language: 
English
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Moo and the Hell's Hole Tom

Author: 
A. C. Reed
Article Date: 
February 1953
Language: 
English
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Man and the mountain lion in the early 1900s: perspectives from a wildcat dump

Author: 
W. Calder
Article Date: 
Summer 1990
Article Abstract: 
Garbage dumped in the desert near Tucson gives nauseating testimony about Dr. W.S. Lackner's slaughter of mountain lions for fun and profit. In 1988, Eddie Lackner, present owner of the Four-Mile Ranch admitted illegal slaughter of at least 9 bears. W.S. eventually killed himself. Illus
Language: 
English
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