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Dots with numbers inside indicate more than one incident at that location.
Manitoba provincial wildlife authorities believe that the province may harbor a small population of cougars (note that Manitoba is not shown on map, see "Big Picture" map for location of Manitoba confirmations just north of North Dakota border).
To date, research indicates that the Black Hills currently support a population of approximately 140 breeding adults.
The population appears to be increasing, and transient cougars have increasingly turned up in other areas of the state and in states east of South Dakota.
Two cougars were killed in separate incidents in late 2004. There was another one caught on film in January of 2007.
In this calculation process values from statistics, population figures, membership of the respective Dating-Services and different mathematical distribution methods are discussed.
Maurice Hornocker, a senior scientist at the Wildlife Conservation Society.
It is believed that cougars tend to migrate using riparian corridors along streams and rivers, which effectively act as funnels for eastward range expansion.
There are currently three documented populations of cougars in this region centered in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the Badlands of North Dakota and most recently in the Pine Ridge region of the Nebraska panhandle.
Credible cougar activity is concentrated in the Northern Prairie States.