Mountain Lion Baby Boom — Natural History Wanderings

The Guardian reports A mountain lion baby boom has occurred this summer in the Santa Monica Mountains and Simi Hills west of Los Angeles. Thirteen kittens were born to five mountain lion mothers between May and August, according to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. It’s the first time so many mountain lion dens have been […]

Mountain Lion Baby Boom — Natural History Wanderings

Webinar on Urban Mountain Lions -May 15th…

There’s an exciting webinar coming up on May 15 that you’ll not want to miss. It’s being hosted by Sharon Negri of WildFutures, and it’s titled Big Cats in the City: Ecology, Behavior and Conservation of Mountain Lions around Los Angeles. For this webinar, Ms. Negri will interview Dr. Seth Riley. For 18 years, Dr. Riley […]

via Free, Upcoming Webinar about Urban Mountain Lions — The Jaguar

This is an Interesting Petition re Mountain Lions…

Mountain lions that live in Los Angeles are in danger of becoming extinct in 50 years, because their isolation leaves them vulnerable to inbreeding which causes health problems and unusual behavior. Trying to leave their territory is very risky since 2002 17 mountain lions have been killed trying to cross the busy freeways in the […]

via Petition: Mountain Lions Need a Wildlife Bridge in Los Angeles Now — “OUR WORLD”