Former DNR Secretary Doubts Cougar Cover Up Claims

Until recently, the presence of cougars in Wisconsin hasn't been a big topic of conversation for the state's DNR. But that might soon change. Because the big cats are moving in, says George Meyer, director of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation.  Meyer, who used to be DNR secretary in Wisconsin, says his old agency has been very cautious to confirm reports of cougars in the state, lacking significant physical evidence but he doubts the DNR has tried to cover up the existence of the big cats in Wisconsin.

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