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Exploring ways of dealing with the common threats facing North America's wild cat species was the theme of a workshop sponsored earlier this year by NWF's Keep the Wild Alive[ordinal indicator, feminine] program.
The session, attended by 30 scientists, conservationists and educators, focused on two of the 25 species featured in the Keep the Wild Alive program-the Florida panther and the Canada lynx. The ocelot, jaguar, jaguarundi, western cougar, extinct eastern cougar and at-risk bobcat populations were also on the agenda.
The first half of the workshop dealt with issues common to all the cat species. These included human fears and conflicts with cats, …