Rep. Sprenger:Cougars sightings near city schools renews call for action.
By Taxpayer Association of Oregon Foundation
State Representative Sherrie Sprenger has introduced a bill to help keep Oregon safe from the rising threat of cougar attacks. Sprenger has introduced HB 3000 which directs the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife to create pilot program allowing hunters to use hounds in the pursuit of cougars.
State officials estimate that Oregon abounds with about 6,000 cats within the state. This number is double than what management objectives have called for.
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