ODFW ends cougar capture operations: DNA extraction ”highly probable” cougar killed last week killed Diana Bober

Doug Kitchen, ODF Assistant District Wildlife Biologist, setting up trail cameras in the are of ODFW's cougar capture operations. Photo Provided/Roger Fuhrman, ODFW

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is ending cougar capture operations in Zigzag because all available evidence shows the cougar killed Sept. 14 is the one responsible for the state's first fatal cougar attack.
”It is highly probable that the cougar that killed Diana is the one that we killed last week,” said Derek Broman, ODFW carnivore coordinator.
The cougar killed was detected on . . .