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Tracking Devices Reveal Mountain Lions Thriving In Santa Cruz Mountains

SANTA CRUZ (CBS SF) — A trail camera captured a mountain lion leaping a six-foot-tall fence in Santa Cruz — evidence that mountain lions are thriving in the surrounding area. 525 more words

News

Lions and Smoke- Weekly Recap

Part of me thinks the universe was trying to tell me to take a break and part of thinks I am just trying to rationalize how slacker-like I was this week. 539 more words

Run!

Link Party: 8/15-8/19

Here’s what I read this week:

1. The precarious future of the Grand Canyon.

2. What will be the Chipotle of pizza?

3.  68 more words

Writing

Dry Hillsides & Live Oaks

We’re reaching the end of a lovely three-week vacation back home in the beloved Bay Area. Realizing that I’d taken tons of photos as always, but not posted any of them whether to facebook or to the blog…let alone to instagram, which friends are telling me I should try out…I decided that before I head to the airport tomorrow for the flight back to Port au Prince, I should at least start sorting some of the pics and putting them up. 245 more words

California

Heart of A Lion - A Lone Cat's Walk Across America

On June 11, 2011 a mountain lion was struck and killed by a car in Connecticut, for most his death would go unnoticed, a cat that was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time, another causality of urbanization. 873 more words

Big Cats

Colorado will kill bears and lions to boost deer herds

State plans predator control research on Roan Plateau

Staff Report

Colorado wildlife managers say they are set to start a three-year study on whether killing bears and mountain lions can help boost deer populations in the northwestern part of the state, where hunting is a big part of the local economy. 355 more words

Environment

Mountain Lions

One of my trail camera locations (with two cameras) has been pretty successful in catching mountain lions.  It took many months to narrow down the area and them some plain old good luck:

Earth