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California Mountain Lions: The Legends of California

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  • California Mountain Lions: The Legends of California

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    We have revamped California Mountain Lions and combined each episode into one feature-length documentary. Watch to see new and exciting footage!

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • He was licked by a mountain lion, and instead of getting scared, he was fascinated

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    For 14 years, David Neils has worked to educate people on mountain lions in Colorado through trail cam photography.

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  • See Why the Mysterious Mountain Lion Is the ‘Bigfoot’ of Big Cats | Short Film Showcase

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    Much like the legendary Bigfoot or Yeti, the elusive mountain lion has also acquired its own mythical status.
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    The secretive and solitary nature of this species makes them notoriously difficult to study and understand. Although there is much we still do not know about the secretive lives of mountain lions, innovative research techniques and technology have allowed biologists to get a glimpse into the behavior, diet, and ecology of these mysterious big cats.

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  • RAW: Mountain lion follows hiker for nearly 6 minutes

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    A hiker in Utah captured this video of a mountain lion following him while pouncing forward and hissing at him several times.

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  • Puma: Lion of the Andes | National Geographic | Wildlife Documentary HD

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    This film tells the story of the life of one of the shyest cats in the world. It follows a Puma mother with her three cubs in the wild and gives intimate insights into their daily life, shows how the little ones learn from their mother, how they sneak up on a Guanaco and how they make themselves invisible when prey is approaching or mom is away for hunting.

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  • Cougar Stalks Man For Six Minutes During Run In Utah Canyon

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    A Utah County man survived a heart-stopping and incredibly close encounter with a cougar for six minutes, and he captured the entire ordeal on his cell phone.

  • Behind the Scenes of Pumas: Legends of the Ice Mountains

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  • L.A. mountain lion enthusiast stalks, films, and photographs urban wildlife with amazing results.

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    Intrepid cougar tracker Robert Martinez sits down with writer and SoCal explorer Eric Brightwell to share some astounding L.A. wildlife stories, footage, and photos. Many Angelenos are aware that the built environment has displaced deer, coyote, skunk, and raccoons; more recently, the arrival of lone mountain lion P-22 in Hollywood's Griffith Park has helped advocates publicize the plight of big cats in the overdeveloped Santa Monica Mountains. But Robert and his lions inhabit a different Los Angeles: a secret kingdom overlooking the city, where bears, foxes, eagles, and bobcats act out their daily dramas relatively undisturbed, as they have for thousands of years.

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  • Mountain Lion Track Identification

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  • 10 Great California Mountain Summit Views

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    California has a ton of diversity in terms of hikes and mountain summits. Of course, I haven't seen all that the state has to offer, but I have tried to hike as many of the main peaks as I could. Here are some of my favorite summit views I have experienced in the state, and let me know what I left off in the comments!

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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 1: Introduction

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    A quick historical background on the mountain lion in California, including its behaviors, habitats, threats, and its contribution to nature as an apex predator.

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 8: The Next Step

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    Several organizations throughout California are working hard to determine current threats to mountain lions and how populations can be preserved across the state; it takes a village to conserve wildlife so what can you do to help?

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • Family Stalked By Mountain Lion On El Dorado Trail

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    According to the sheriff’s office, a family - consisting of a couple, two small children in a stroller and two small dogs - called 911 to report on Monday that they were being followed by a mountain lion along a bike trail east of Placerville.

  • VIDEO: Mountain lion caught roaming Sacramento California neighborhood

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    VIDEO: Mountain lion caught roaming Sacramento California neighborhood

  • Rare video shows 5 mountain lions together in California

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    Five California mountain lions were seen together on home surveillance video in a rare gathering of the notoriously solitary big cats.

  • Episode 4: What to do if you encounter a mountain lion

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    This video series was created to share information from our research on mountain lions in an informative matter that is accessible and interesting to the public.

    Narrated by Mark Johnson.

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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 7: Human Interaction

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    “Mountain lions are learning to adapt to our increasing presence in nature, which sometimes results in the depredation of domestic animals, and a grim ending for both parties.

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • Man Has Close Encounter With Mountain Lion at a Pacifica, California Trail

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    James Wierzba had a close encounter with a mountain lion on a trail in San Pedro Valley Park in Pacifica, California, on October 7.

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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 3: Circle of Life

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    Like any other animal, mountain lions have a specific way to breed and raise their young in order to ensure survival and continuation of the species.

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 2: Research Techniques

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    To research mountain lions, scientists must capture wild lions and collect vital data which can determine potential threats and how we can help conserve them.

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • California mountain lions develop L-shaped tails and scientists are alarmed

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    Mountain lions with physical abnormalities such as a kinked tail where the end is shaped like the letter “L” have been discovered in the Santa Monica Mountains, biologists with the National Park Service say.
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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 6: Through the Food Chain

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    At the top of the food chain, mountain lions help establish a stable ecosystem which creates a trickle-down effect; their prey can also affect them by exposing them to pathogens and toxins.

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • California Mountain Lions, Bonus: The Connection Conflict

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    In California, several mountain lion populations are separated from each other by development and highways, causing inbreeding within the populations to occur; genetic diversity and connectivity is crucial to the survival of these groups.

    California Mountain Lions is a mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • Mountain Lions of San Diego County

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    This video was created for Biodiversity Days 2020 at Palomar Mountain State Park with interpreter Will and Environmental Scientist Mike, AKA Mountain Lion Mike.

  • Close encounter with mountain lion caught on video in California | ABC7

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    When it comes to mountain lions, there are close encounters, and then there's what Timothy Kerrisk saw Saturday evening in Pacifica, California. More:

  • Poway mountain lion caught on camera

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    Security cameras caught a big cat paying a visit to a populated neighborhood.

  • Mountain Lion Watches Kids Ride Bikes in Bay Area

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    A Pacifica resident watching some neighborhood children ride their bikes over the weekend came across a startling sight: a mountain lion keeping a close eye on the youngsters. Robert Handa reports.

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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 4: On the Move

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    California provides mountain lions a wide range of habitats and as an extremely adaptable species, they can live anywhere there are adequate resources.

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • Caught on video: mountain lion perched in tree in Carlsbad

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    Caught on video: mountain lion perched in tree in Carlsbad

  • Mountain Lions

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    Pacific Currents host Steve Johnson interviews guest Zara McDonald about mountain lion conservation (episode #229). Zara is Executive Director of Felidae Conservation Fund, helping to protect the world's 37 felidae species and their habitats through a combination of pioneering research, compelling education and state-of-the-art technology. This can be achieved collectively with utmost collaboration between scientists, educators, international communities, and lawmakers. By helping people understand the critical role these animals play in their particular ecosystems and the challenges they face, our hope is that we can preserve habitats, stave off further extinctions, and promote healthy ways for humans and wild cats to co-exist. We team up with world-class researchers, and supply education, outreach, strategy, funding, media, field support and assistance with logistics and planning. Through our innovative education programs we serve as a conduit for sharing the results of these studies with the public in a way that's engaging and inspiring. Children play a vital role in the future of our natural world, and therefore we provide opportunities for kids to become involved at any age. We work with youth volunteers from the 5th grade through high school and we bring in college interns to provide them an experience where they learn the world of wild cat research, education and conservation. Our interns become skilled field workers and advocates.

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  • First successful rescue, rehabilitation, and release of a wild cougar in California

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    LOS ANGELES, Calif.— A cougar that was rescued after being burned in the Bobcat fire has successfully been released back into the wild after receiving expert medical care by the new Wildlife Disaster Network team.

    Last month the Cougar Conservancy received a call from a resident living in Monrovia, California with concerns about an injured cougar in their backyard. After investigation of the homeowner’s property by the Cougar Conservancy’s Conflict Task Force, the California Department of Fish and WIldlife (CDFW) responded and safely captured the injured cougar. After closer inspection, the female cougar had sustained burns on all four paw pads, likely from the nearby Bobcat Fire, and was transported to CDFW’s Wildlife Investigations Laboratory for treatment.

    “This is the first time that CDFW has rescued, rehabilitated, and released a wild cougar in the state of California.” says Korinna Domingo, Founder and Director of the Cougar Conservancy. “We are so proud to be part of this historic moment.”

    The Wildlife Disaster Network veterinarians Dr. Peyton of UC Davis and CDFW’s Dr. Clifford implemented a suite of burn treatments to heal the cougar’s burned paws, including tilapia skin bandages and infrared laser treatment to the affected tissue. Veterinarians also corrected the cougar’s dehydration and ensured that she was getting adequate nutrition, all whilst controlling her pain through a variety of medications.

    “The reason we are finding that rescuing this one mountain lion is so fulfilling is that she isn’t just one wild animal— she is an ambassador. She represents all of the challenges that this species has right now,” says Johanna Turner, Advisory Committee Member of the Cougar Conservancy.

    California has been facing a devastating fire season. Five of the top twenty largest wildfires in California history have occurred in 2020. There are currently no estimates for how many wild animals are injured, displaced, or even killed by wildfires.


    “With the increase in human-caused wildfires, these incidents are only going to become more frequent, and we hope that the Cougar Conservancy can be a resource for both wildlife communities and human communities.” says Domingo.
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  • Could These Bridges Keep Mountain Lions Safe?

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    Mountain lion numbers are dwindling due to the highways that fragment their habitat. Soon, wildlife experts hope to rejoin these lions with a large highway overpass disguised as a continuation of the wild hills to restore genetic diversity to this iconic species.
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    Los Angeles is a surprising home for a large predator like the mountain lion, though they have lived there for decades. Today though, mountain lion numbers are dwindling due to the highways fragmenting their habitat into small, isolated sections. Soon, wildlife experts hope to rejoin these lions with a large highway overpass disguised as a continuation of the wild hills to restore genetic diversity to this iconic species.

    In the case of the Southern California mountain lions, conservationists don’t want to translocate mountain lions. But what they really want is to enable the mountain lions to move themselves.

    And one of the best ways to connect mountain lions for genetic purposes is to link one wild area to another with a network of well-disguised movement corridors and road crossings.

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    Lions in the Santa Monica Mountains?

    “In a place more often associated with freeways and traffic, the fact that the city can support such large-ranging animals is a testament to the quality of open space and the habitat connectivity that still remains.”

    Governor Signs Bill to Curb Use of Rat Poisons That Have Sickened Mountain Lions

    “The measure had been backed by a trio of conservation groups, which recently submitted 10,000 signatures urging the governor to sign the bill two weeks after the National Park Service reported that a mountain lion and a bobcat died directly from the effects of anticoagulant rat poisons.”

    Lions of LA: Are the city’s pumas dangerous predators or celebrity guests?

    “P-45, the King of Malibu, is a hundred-and-fifty-pound male with golden eyes and mittlike paws who dominates the western swath of the Santa Monicas. After killing an alpaca at a Malibu winery in late 2015, he was captured and fitted with a G.P.S. collar by the National Park Service, which designated him the forty-fifth subject in a long-running study, led by a wildlife ecologist named Seth Riley, on the mountain lions of Los Angeles.”
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  • Mountain Lion Rescued Roaming San Francisco Streets

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    A mountain lion was captured in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood Thursday morning. Joe Vazquez reports. (6-18-20)

  • Wildlife camera catches new mountain lion in Hollywood hills

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    The lure of the hustle and bustle and neon lights is the stuff of legends when it comes to Hollywood. Now, it's attracting a rather surprising breed to the hills of Los Angeles. Carter Evans reports.

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  • California Mountain Lions, Episode 5: Making Connections

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    Migration plays a significant role in mountain lions’ survival as it helps mix genetics throughout California, making the species stronger as a whole.

    California Mountain Lions is an 8-episode mini-series illustrating the nature of mountain lions in California. Here, we hope to educate viewers on the importance of mountain lions to the ecosystem and what we can do to prevent their decline in our state.

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  • Mountain Lion in the Wild: On The Hunt Southern California Mountain Lion

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    I spotted this mountain lion with my bare eye as I was taking a break looking through my binos on a deer hunt.

    First time I’ve ever laid eyes on a mountain lion in the wild myself. I’ve always known they are watching me, but now with my new glass I’ll be watching them as well!!

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  • The Real Scoop on the Viral Mountain Lion Stalking Video

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    Nature guide Griff discusses the recent viral mountain lion video and some of the misconceptions around sensationalized news.

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  • Mountain Lion Saved from California Fires

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    A five-month-old mountain lion that was badly burned during last fall’s devastating wildfires in Sonoma County, California is getting a new home. Charmander, or Charlie for short, was just a cub when he was found alone and very thin, with all four of his paws burned...But now Charlie will have a permanent home at Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue.

  • MOUNTAIN LION POPULATION IN EACH U.S. STATE

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    MOUNTAIN LION POPULATION IN EACH U.S. STATE

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  • Colorado hiker being stalked by a mountain lion

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    Man hiking in the San Juan Mountains near Bayfield, CO is stalked by a mountain lion

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  • Mountain Lion Spotted in a Tree in Agoura Hills | NBCLA

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  • Protect Mountain Lions under the CA Endangered Species Act

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    Conservationists are working to list Southern California and Central Coast mountain lion populations as “threatened” under the California Endangered Species Act, also known as CESA.

    In response to the petition, the California Department of Fish & Wildlife (CDFW) recommended that listing may be warranted. Now, the CA Fish & Game Commission will vote in mid April on whether to accept CDFW’s recommendation and advance these mountain lion populations to candidacy.

    Here is how you can help California mountain lions:
    → You can submit your comments to California Fish & Game Commission at SaveCaliforniaLions.org.
    → You can support wildlife crossing efforts, like the @101 Wildlife Crossing, by visiting SaveLACougars.org.
    → You can support organizations that work to improve connectivity and facilitate coexistence with wildlife.

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  • Living with Mountain Lions

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  • Mountain Lion Ecology in the East Bay

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    Wildlife biologist Jim Doc Hale presents information on the abundance of mountain lions in the East Bay and their role in the ecosystems they inhabit as well as personal observations and images of these shy carnivores captured on wildlife cameras.


    In the Bay Area, we share habitat with mountain lions, but most of us will never see one. Doc Hale has been studying their presence (or absence) in Contra Costa County for over 48 years through surveys, observation, and images of mountain lions captured on wildlife cameras throughout our area.

    James “Doc” M. Hale has been a professional vertebrate zoologist, certified wildlife biologist, ethnobiologist, and ecological consultant for 48 years. He has conducted field research throughout California (as well as other states), is an ecological consultant for various private and public organizations, conducts varied wildlife surveys, and has developed numerous environmental impact reports. He has broad knowledge of the cultural and natural history of California and leads interpretive field trips to cultural sites. His current projects involve analyzing mountain lion ecology in Contra Costa County; researching Native American archaeology; and recording the wildlife, plants, and archaeological sites at Brushy Peak Regional Preserve in Livermore.

  • Pumas: Legends of the Ice Mountains | Official Trailer | NATURE | PBS

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    Follow the fate of a puma family in the ice mountains of Patagonian Chile. Narrated by Uma Thurman. “Pumas: Legends of the Ice Mountains“ premieres Wednesday, February 3, at 8/7c.

    Travel to the ice mountains of Chile to discover the secrets of the puma, the area’s biggest and most elusive predator. Discover how this mountain lion survives and follow the dramatic fate of a puma mother and her cubs. Narrated by Uma Thurman.

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  • Mountain Lion Roaming Modesto Neighborhood

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    This video was recorded this by a security camera at a home in the northeast area of Modesto, California. In the video you can see an adult mountain lion walking through the residential neighborhood. #mountainlion #Modesto #News

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  • Mountain lion tranquilized after roaming Orange County neighborhoods | ABC7

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    A mountain lion was tranquilized and captured after it was spotted roaming backyards and climbing fences in Orange County neighborhoods. Details:

  • Csaba Deseó & B. P. Convention - Planinski lav

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    Written by: Damir Dičić
    Album: Jazz Fair Lap '79 - Easy Living (Jugoton, LSY 65023/4)
    Recorded at: Zagreb, October 24. - 26., 1979
    Year: 1980
    Producer: Boško Petrović
    Soloist:
    Csaba Deseó - electric violin

  • Mountain lions force closure of Whiting Ranch

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    Mountain lions aren’t strangers to Whiting Ranch Wilderness Ranch, but they’ve lately been visiting ranch areas used by humans, forcing the indefinite closure of the 2, 500-acre preserve in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains. The park has been the scene in three of the state’s nine cougar attacks on people since 2004 and the state’s only fatal attack since 1994, according to state Department of Fish and Wildlife data. The most recent attack was in January, when a 3-year-old boy sustained minor injuries. The lion involved in that attack was shot and killed, and the park was closed for two days. This time, the ranch initially was closed May 29 after multiple sightings of the cougars on consecutive days. One of those sightings was a close encounter.“The animal got within six feet of a hiker and held its ground until she yelled, waved her arms and threw rocks at it, ” OC Parks spokesperson Marisa O’Neil said. OC Parks announced Thursday, June 4, that the park would remain closed indefinitely.“(State and county) wardens and rangers continue to investigate mountain lion activity in the park, including fresh tracks, that warrant the continued closure for public safety, ” O’Neil said via email. The return of wildlife to some areas across the country has been attributed to coronavirus-related stay-at-home orders, with animals taking advantage of the suddenly human-free environments. But that doesn’t seem to have been a factor leading to more lions appearing at Whiting Ranch.“Although the parking lots at Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park were closed for an extended period of time, the park has remained busy with walk-in and ride-in foot and bicycle traffic, ” O’Neil said. Mountain lions are also known as ghost cats because they are reclusive and relatively little seen by humans. Maulings are rare, with a person 1, 000 times more likely to be struck by lightning than attacked by a mountain lion, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Statewide from 1986 to 2014, there were 14 verified mountain lion attacks — three of them fatal, according to the department. Over the same 28-year span, the state saw three fatal snake bites and seven fatal shark attacks. In the January attack at Whiting Ranch, the 3-year-old was hiking with his family when a mountain lion grabbed him by the neck and dragged him a short distance. The child’s father threw a backpack at the animal, which let go of the boy. The cougar then took the backpack and climbed a tree, authorities said. The boy was treated at a local hospital and released the same day. The lion’s fate, however, was death. Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies shot and killed the animal as it sat in a tree with the backpack.“We do not fault this magnificent creature for its instinctive behavior, ” read a statement delivered by officials from the boy’s mother, who asked to remain anonymous.

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