Trail of the Cougar
Additional Web and Print Resources

Web Sites

The Cougar Fund
http://www.cougarfund.org
A nonprofit educational organization dedicated to Protecting America’s greatest cat through the arts, sciences, and literature.

Big Cats Online: Puma
http://dialspace.dial.pipex.com/agarman/puma.htm
Facts, figures, maps, and more.

Mountain Lion Foundation
http://www.mountainlion.org/
A nonprofit conservation and education organization dedicated to protecting the mountain lion.

Confirmed Cougar Attacks In the U.S. and Canada
http://www.frii.com/~mytymyk/lions/attacks.htm
Detailed accounts of dangerous encounters.

Florida Panther Net
http://www.panther.state.fl.us
Learn more about Florida’s elusive and endangered state animal.

A Sad Encounter
http://www.defenders.org/habitat/highways/new/target/call.html
Brian Call’s story of finding a road-killed Florida panther.

Friends of the Florida Panther
http://www.floridapanther.org
Raising public awareness about the endangered cat.

The Florida Panther Society
http://www.panthersociety.org
Organization working to raise public awareness about the panther’s recovery needs.

Books

Blessley, Cara; Mangelsen, Thomas D. SPIRIT OF THE ROCKIES: THE MOUNTAIN LIONS OF JACKSON HOLE. Images of Nature, 1999.

Cox, Daniel. MOUNTAIN LION. New York: Chronicle Books, 1999.

Etling, Kathy. COUGAR ATTACKS: ENCOUNTERS OF THE WORST KIND. New York: Lyons Press, 2001.

Kobalenko, Jerry. FOREST CATS OF NORTH AMERICA. New York: Firefly Books, 1997.

Maehr, David. THE FLORIDA PANTHER: LIFE AND DEATH OF A VANISHING CARNIVORE. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 1997.

Olson, Dennis. COUGARS: SOLITARY SPIRITS. San Francisco: NorthWord Press, 1996.

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