cougarsADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE: An article published last month in the international conservation journal Oryx indicates that the Adirondack Park could sustain a wild cougar population.

“Because of its vast size and relatively pristine state, this Park is a potential relocation site,” wrote SUNY Oswego biology faculty member Dr. John Laundre in his report. “If cougars could survive in the Park, their return to other areas in the region could also be feasible.” (READ MORE)