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This trail camera image taken in northern Iron County on Aug. 30 shows a radio-collared cougar. Trail cam photos from Douglas County and Michigan's Upper Peninsula appear to show the same cougar. (Submitted photo)

Cougar caught on three Northland trail cameras

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Yet another cougar has moved across the Northland, heading east into Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Trail camera photographs taken in northern Douglas County on July 25, in Iron County on Aug. 30 and near Ontonagon, Mich., on Sept. 8 appear to show the same collared cougar, said Adrian Wydeven, a wildlife biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

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