Re(11): Big cat tracks on Mt Greylock

We are very aware of all that. The state agencies don't normally even respond. We use credible people with the appropriate credentials, and have a strict verification process to prove where they were taken and when. In this case the tracks were very remote and had degraded when verified, but they were visible. There were other means also used to confirm when and where taken. These are not a hoax. We do however, get hundreds of them a year, so I hear you. Tracks alone will NOT result in a confirmation by the state wildlife, even if proven to be cougar tracks. Unfortunately, that all you get much of the time.


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