Man and the mountain lion in the early 1900s: perspectives from a wildcat dump

Title
Man and the mountain lion in the early 1900s: perspectives from a wildcat dump
Author
W. Calder
Article Date
Summer 1990
Article Abstract
Garbage dumped in the desert near Tucson gives nauseating testimony about Dr. W.S. Lackner's slaughter of mountain lions for fun and profit. In 1988, Eddie Lackner, present owner of the Four-Mile Ranch admitted illegal slaughter of at least 9 bears. W.S. eventually killed himself. Illus
Language
English
Journal Title
J of the Southwest
Journal Volume
32
Journal Issue
2
Page Number(s)
150-171
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