ODFW Ends Efforts To Trap Third Cougar Near Hendricks Park In Eugene
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has suspended its efforts to trap a third cougar in the Hendricks Park area of Eugene. The agency says remote cameras have not spotted the cougar since Friday, March 14. They have also not received any reports of sightings.
ODFW caught and killed two cougars around the park last week after reports of local livestock deaths.
Officials have now removed the cougar traps, but are continuing to monitor the area with cameras. ODFW advises residents and visitors to the park to keep dogs leashed.