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If you notice that a cougar that is watching you, maintain eye contact with the cougar and speak to it in a loud firm voice.

Reinforce the fact that you are a human and not an easy target.

By knowing where wildlife is and what is bringing it in, we can all do our part to keep our wildlife wild and our communities safe.

Cougars are strictly carnivorous and usually hunt deer, but will take young moose, elk, and bighorn sheep.

Cougars account for approximately 2,500 calls to the Conservation Officer Service reporting line every year, however many reported cougar sightings turn out to be animals other than cougars.

Use our Wildlife Alert Reporting Program (WARP) to find a map that shows where cougars have been sighted in your community along with information about what has attracted them into the area.

Call the Conservation Officer Service reporting line (1-877-952-7277) to report the incident.

Cougars may view children as prey targets due to their small size, high-pitched voices, and quick movements.

The cougar will stay near a kill site, returning to it regularly until the prey is completely consumed. Attacks by cougars are rare but can be fatal, especially if young children are involved.

Cougars in conflict are usually young cougars that have not yet learned how to hunt efficiently and are looking for an easy target, or are older cougars that can no longer hunt efficiently in the wilds. Make yourself look as large as possible and back away slowly, keeping the cougar in view, and allowing a clear exit for the cougar. Never run or turn your back- sudden movements may provoke an attack.

Work in pairs or groups, be alert for tracks, scat, scratched trees, and other signs of cougars (such as animal carcasses buried under vegetation) and make noise to alert wildlife of your presence, so as to not experience any surprise encounters.

If you come across a food cache (buried prey), leave the area immediately.

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