Posts Tagged ‘ pumas ’

Cute young mountain lions playing

October 29, 2013

From Field and Stream comes this fun video clip of a mountain lion being “teased” by its sibling. The footage comes from researchers at our own  Santa Cruz Puma Project. The trapped lion was a 14-month-old male that researchers have named “41M.” “While we collared him, we could see the eye-shine of his mom or sibling…

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Learn about Mountain Lions with the Sierra Club

September 26, 2013

In more cougar news… The Santa Cruz group of the Ventana Chapter of the Sierra Club is presenting a talk about mountain lions tonight at the Live Oak Grange Hall, 1900 7th Ave. The talk is titled ” mountain lions, habitat fragmentation and us” and begins at 7 p.m. with refreshments/socializing at 6:30 p.m. It’s…

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Cocktails and cougars at the Crepe Place tonight

June 26, 2013
Cocktails and cougars at the Crepe Place tonight

This month’s Science on Tap event, happening tonight, is definitely a timely topic. UC Santa Cruz PhD candidate Yiwei Wang will be presenting about the Santa Cruz Puma Project, specifically “Investigating Mountain Lion Behavior in a Human-Dominated Landscape.” Wang will be discussing what it means to be “next door neighbors with a large carnivore, the mountain lion…

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