The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the 11th sighting of a cougar this year — the most documented activity by the big cats in the last eight years.  Although several have been spotted in central Wisconsin, the latest report comes from locations in Douglas County.  D-N-R scientists say there is still no evidence the cougars are breeding here.  It’s believed they have roamed into the state from the west.  Trail cameras in northwestern Wisconsin caught the latest visitor.