Re(2): probable sighting!

Thanks for that info,John!I did read an article about somebody who wrote in to the editor of a paper because she had reported a M.L. in her yard and the cops came to investigate,but it was not noted in the police log of animal reports the way all the other sightings(raccoons,skunks,etc.) of that week were.She was pretty angry! There is a lot of uninhabited land in the Concord/Acton/Wayland/Weston and even Framingham area.I grew up in Framingham (North side) and played in the wilds from the aquaduct by the Sudbury River on.Nobscot Mountain would be a good place for a M.L. to hide out!Where was the conservation land you saw the fawn remains on? I saw a Bobcat that had wandered into our house my father was building in the 50's,but that was about it.


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