I appreciate this posting. I've heard that Mountain Lions are  
tremendously rare in Vermont these days, so a sighting is along the  
lines of the Whooping Crane found in the state a few years back. I  
thought people considering a trip to Glastenbury to look for them  
would be interested in knowing more about what they looked like and  
how you ruled out bobcats when you saw them, as well as where they  
were. Thanks.

   -- Scott Schwenk, S. Burlington

Date:    Mon, 1 Sep 2008 16:19:49 -0400
From:    MARIE/KEVIN HEMEON <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Glastenbury Mountain Lions

Not a bird but, today in Glastenbury between 730 and 800 a.m. I saw 2 =
young Mountain Lions. They were not small cubs but were not  fully grown =
They were about to my knee in height. I was within 50 feet when they =
chased each other across the trail. A while later 1 went back over the =
trail the other way. I had a really good look, am familiar with Fishers =
and other wildlife and whether I'm believed or not, know what I saw and =
now believe fully there are Mountain Lions in Vt. Kevin