Cougar Sighting at Peter Greer

Cougar Sighting at Peter Greer

Postby crickt3221 » Nov 23rd, 2017, 10:21 pm

I cannot believe the conservation officer did not go to Peter Greer after hearing reports of a cougar sighting . You would think that cougars at an elementary school would rank pretty high on their priority list. Or not....
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Re: Cougar Sighting at Peter Greer

Postby RVThereYet » Nov 23rd, 2017, 10:27 pm

crickt3221 wrote:I cannot believe the conservation officer did not go to Peter Greer after hearing reports of a cougar sighting . You would think that cougars at an elementary school would rank pretty high on their priority list. Or not....



A few years ago they found an injured cougar up in the tree right at the playground at the Winfield boys & girls club where the preschoolers go to play ...
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Re: Cougar Sighting at Peter Greer

Postby Bpeep » Nov 24th, 2017, 12:53 am

If people knew how many cougars there are around here, they'd maybe realize why the co doesn't respond every time someone sees one.
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Re: Cougar Sighting at Peter Greer

Postby ifwisheswerehorses » Nov 24th, 2017, 3:10 am

crickt3221 wrote:I cannot believe the conservation officer did not go to Peter Greer after hearing reports of a cougar sighting . You would think that cougars at an elementary school would rank pretty high on their priority list. Or not....


Last number I have was from 2012, 2 conservation officers for the whole okanagan. They can only be in one spot at a time and that's alot of ground for just 2 people.
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Re: Cougar Sighting at Peter Greer

Postby Fancy » Nov 24th, 2017, 7:14 am

crickt3221 wrote:I cannot believe the conservation officer did not go to Peter Greer after hearing reports of a cougar sighting . You would think that cougars at an elementary school would rank pretty high on their priority list. Or not....

And what would they do when they get there now that the cougar has passed through. Lots of schools have sent home letters warning of cougars spotted but usually the cats are moving through the area.
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