The necropsy on a cougar that attacked a pair of bicyclists near North Bend will be done by “an independent, third-party,” according to the Department of Fish & Wildlife, to avoid the politics of cougars, who are despised by ranchers and defended by conservationists.
The necropsy on a cougar that attacked a pair of bicyclists near North Bend will be done by “an independent, third-party,” according to the Department of Fish & Wildlife, to avoid the politics of cougars, who are despised by ranchers and defended by conservationists. Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife The Bellingham Herald file
The necropsy on a cougar that attacked a pair of bicyclists near North Bend will be done by “an independent, third-party,” according to the Department of Fish & Wildlife, to avoid the politics of cougars, who are despised by ranchers and defended by conservationists. Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife The Bellingham Herald file

State hopes this will take politics out of test on cougar who killed cyclist

May 22, 2018 09:23 AM