Another big predator cat is apparently roaming the northern suburbs. The calls started coming in earlier this week in Westchester County.
There is a mountain lion mystery in Connecticut, despite a declaration by the state that the Eastern Mountain Lion is extinct and there is no other native-born cougar population there.
The eye remembers the strangest things; Like news itself, not always the most important or profound.
Several people have reportedly seen the mountain lion roaming an area in eastern Connecticut.
Although no official confirmation has been made, residents of a gated community in northwest Greenwich claim to have seen a mountain lion.
A mountain lion killed in Connecticut last month is now confirmed to have crossed half a continent before arriving in upscale Fairfield County.
Everything from the outrageous to the tragic happened in June. Take a listen.
For more than a week, there have been mountain lion sightings in and around Greenwich.
Wildlife officials say a mountain lion was hit and killed by a SUV in Milford and now officials are trying to determine if it’s the same big cat that has been seen roaming around Greenwich.
Police in Greenwich, Conn., more accustomed to sightings of wheeled Jaguars, are investigating reports that some type of big cat is roaming the wealthy town.
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