DNR investigating more reported sightings of cougars in southeastern Wisconsin
Posted: Mar 9, 2018 5:43 PM CDT
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SOUTHEAST Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Wisconsin DNR says they have been getting more calls from people who think they saw a cougar.
As of right now, no new sightings have been confirmed.
People have been on cougar watch after the big cat was spotted on camera in the Menomonee Falls area.
The DNR says it's likely the same male cougar also walked up to a home in Brookfield.
Stay with CBS 58 News as we continue to bring you updates.