THE HUNT TO FIND THE COUGAR THAT KILLED 55-YEAR-OLD DIANA BOBER IN THE MOUNT HOOD NATIONAL FOREST WILL BEGIN TODAY. BRIAN WOLFER, WITH OREGON FISH AND WILDLIFE, SAYS THEY WILL USE DNA EVIDENCE TO CONFIRM THEY HAVE THE COUGAR RESPONSIBLE. WOLFER SAYS THEY NEED DRIER CONDITIONS FOR HOUNDS TO TRACK THE COUGAR’S SCENT. THEY HAVE SET UP TRAIL CAMERAS IN AN EFFORT TO FOLLOW THE COUGAR’S MOVEMENT. THE HUNCHBACK TRAIL, WHERE THE ATTACK HAPPENED, REMAINS CLOSED FOR SAFETY REASONS.