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Hunter education course review and summary

Mountain lions are widespread throughout Wyoming. If you see a mountain lion, pay attention to its “body language.” Also take precautions to avoid a confrontation—do not go out alone, keep children near adults, be careful if you have hunting dogs or small pets, do not approach the mountain lion, and do not run away.

Hunter education course review and summary

If you cannot avoid a confrontation with a mountain lion, make and keep eye contact; do not crouch, bend over, squat, or lie down; make yourself appear as large as possible; find a weapon; and fight back if you are attacked.