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  • Curious cougar caught on camera at high school

    A cougar visited the campus of Northwest Liberty School in Woodinville multiple times Friday, including one recorded on a surveillance camera. The noise startled principal Bob Hagin who was working in his office. "I check it out, only to see the cougar pawing at a window," Hagin wrote on Facebook. The principal said another window had a "lick mark on it." The Department of Fish and Wildlife were notified and assured the principal the animal would eventually move on. And it did.

Curious cougar caught on camera at high school

A cougar visited the campus of Northwest Liberty School in Woodinville multiple times Friday, including one recorded on a surveillance camera. The noise startled principal Bob Hagin who was working in his office. "I check it out, only to see the cougar pawing at a window," Hagin wrote on Facebook. The principal said another window had a "lick mark on it." The Department of Fish and Wildlife were notified and assured the principal the animal would eventually move on. And it did.
Bob Hagin, principal at Northwest Liberty School Courtesy