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Mountain lions at feeder #8424003 10/20/21 01:26 AM
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Been having a debate with a women..she's telling me this area (granbury) is covered up I "cougars" her words not mine
Is this a high fence ranch.? Would like yall to chime in on this debate..I've been in this part of texas..lake granbury.hood County and have yet to see a mountain lion..I told her there might be a few..but not many..she swears that she has seen lots of them..I say shes probably seeing bobcats..is this pix photoshopped or a high fence..thoughts?

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Wow !

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All I can tell you about the pic...is that each and everyone of those cats are indeed cougar/mountain lion.

As to where the pic was taken, when, and how many reside in the County in question.....I've no idea.


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Lions for sure. Glad I don't walk around there.



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at our LF lease - we saw this guy live and tons of tracks around our feeders and stands - big male for sure




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I'd bet that's 4 pics at the same feeder photoshopped into one pic. There's definitely lions in the area, but you are probably correct. They are few.


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That photo was not taken in Granbury. There are lions in that area, but they’re not common, and I have no idea if that photo is real or not. It just isn’t a photo taken in that area.

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They are all the same cat. At least the front 3 are anyway.

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There was a big lion killed around Glen Rose/chalk mountain a few yrs back.


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Thanks yall

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Old pic

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Providing that's not some photo shopped BS, guaranteed that's momma and her litter. They may stay with her for up to two years. That could be anywhere in rural Texas.


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I got that picture some time back claiming it was in Webb County.


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The woman is lying to you to seem important. Same with people claiming to see black panthers.

Pic in the OP is most definitely 4 photos stacked.

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It is Photo Shopped. When they cut out the camera brand, date and time it is for a reason.


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Originally Posted by SapperTitan
There was a big lion killed around Glen Rose/chalk mountain a few yrs back.


I was about to comment the same thing .. IIRC, that was a very large lion

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I feel that pic has been around for years.

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Someone do a Google search of that photo.


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Originally Posted by Stevarino
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There was a big lion killed around Glen Rose/chalk mountain a few yrs back.


I was about to comment the same thing .. IIRC, that was a very large lion


Plus a few years before that one, there was the security camera footage of the mountain lion that was climbing the bleachers at the Glen Rose HS football stadium.

As for Hood County, I have seen one at what used to be Leonard Scout Ranch in the late 90s before they sold it; but perhaps that is more Acton than Granbury. Heard reports of them along FM 4 towards Cleburne and then along the Nolan River Bottoms in Johnson County.

They're out there, but a concentration of four cats in one pic, brings out the skeptic in me.

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Originally Posted by stxranchman
It is Photo Shopped. When they cut out the camera brand, date and time it is for a reason.


Still not sure if it's real but I did find this.

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Originally Posted by mow

Been having a debate with a women..she's telling me this area (granbury) is covered up I "cougars" her words not mine

Definitely some cougars around those bars...

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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
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It is Photo Shopped. When they cut out the camera brand, date and time it is for a reason.


Still not sure if it's real but I did find this.

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My Stealth Cams have black or white(older cams) border all the way across the bottom of the photo and it is large. They want to make sure their name is in large print on social media postings. They can even cut and paste the camera info from this year in Photoshop or Light Room. Not saying that one mountain lion was not in several pictures over several days but this photo in that format is not real. The lion(s) are real just not in this particular photo. Do a quick Google search of Stealthcam pics and you will see the difference. My image codes on all my Stealthcam photos starts with STC-xxxx this one does not start with STC.


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This pic has been around for year now

I do believe the lion(s) is/are real but I do think it is a photoshop.


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