On their web page, they say that encountering a cougar is “extremely rare”. The DNR does realize the threats of cougars. They have a whole question and answer page relating to cougar-human conflicts. If the conflict is extreme and the animal is “judged to be a threat to human life and safety, conservation officers or other qualified DNR employees may remove or euthanize the animal.” However, this is the state of Michigan’s DNR. I, myself have heard people complaining about how the DNR in places like Wisconsin or Minnesota is not doing its jobs.
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