Canada 3 cougars killed in Port Coquitlam, B.C.

23:51  03 june  2018
23:51  03 june  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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Chyles Sutherland takes Bella for a walk in Chelsea Park off Coast Meridian Road in Port Coquitlam Friday, near where two cougars were killed after they wouldn’t leave the neighborhood and had attacked a dog, stalked a conservation officer, and were suspected of killing cats.

One of the cougars was stalking a conservation officer, which prompted the decision to kill the cats. It comes just a few days after a cougar was spotted in the Port Moody area. Listen to @NEWS1130 for my reports from Port Coquitlam ’s Chelsea Park this morning.

animal on the rock: Three cougars — a mother and two young — were euthanized in Port Coquitlam between Thursday and Saturday. The B.C. Conservation Service said the animals were displayed dangerous behaviour.© Shutterstock Three cougars — a mother and two young — were euthanized in Port Coquitlam between Thursday and Saturday. The B.C. Conservation Service said the animals were displayed dangerous behaviour.

A B.C. conservation officer says there will be more human-wildlife conflict as real estate development continues to encroach on wilderness areas.

Sgt. Todd Hunter of the Conservation Officer Service of B.C. says three cougars had to be killed in a residential part of Port Coquitlam near Chelsea Park between Thursday and Saturday.

He says the cougars showed aggressive behaviour, attacked some domestic cats and had an encounter with at least one dog.

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They were all young and believed to be part of a family unit because two were found together, he says, which is unusual for the typically solitary species.

Hunter says studies show that relocating cougars that have already become habituated to human areas can create more dangerous situations, because the cougars aren't used to hunting in the wild and may become more aggressive if they're hungry.

He says it's up to residents to ensure food scraps aren't left outside, because they could attract rodents and other animals to the area that will in turn draw cougars.

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