Mountain lions are territorial. The size of the territory is variable, depending on the availability of food, type or terrain and vegetation.
Mostly solitary and territorial, mountain lions will migrate with deer populations in winter.
In addition, mountain lions will have a smaller core range where they rest, give birth and raise their cubs, and a larger range that they use for hunting. Males typically will not allow others to use their territory, however females have been known to share their range with other females. Another aspect females consider when choosing a range is proximity to males so when they are ready to mate there are males near by.
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