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It was about 8:30 this morning -- willow brook residents noticed something a little out of the ordinary.
Yes that was alliance -- -- a tree about 25 feet off the ground.
Colorado parks and wildlife was -- pretty soon people -- -- together.
We know they're here we've not seen them like pain in the tree.
Cool as critical been living out here for twenty years and that's the biggest seen I've seen a few over the years but what she's bigger -- -- It's believed to be -- male who may have gotten spooked by a coyote perhaps and sought refuge in the tree.
Homeowners -- mountain lions do drop by -- neighborhood from time to time actually we're really excited because he said at like at 5 in the morning hearing out.
And my handed it to see it.
-- -- Do you think -- and that mr.
Clinton wildlife officers are taking a hands off approach for.
Now at this point this client hasn't done anything wrong you just look -- -- in the neighborhood so we would prefer at this point not -- tranquilizing move him if we can keep the scene quiet.
And give him or -- that place to just exiting the back to where it came from that would be the best option for us today.
Which may be a challenge given the crowd that's now watching his every move I don't think that that cat's gonna purchase -- you know you stay away from it.
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