California Dreamland: Golden Gate Neighbors
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lllinois pic turns up in St. Lawrence County, NY, including photoshopped stickers of Long Lake & I Love NY. Meanwhile, incidental video from Hollywood. Millions of surveillance cams are now deployed, but no such cougar video has appeared in the East north of Florida.
Posted in Co-existence, Cougar Rewilding Foundation, Decline of Eastern Forests, Deer Problems, Eastern Cougar, Education, Encounters, Monitoring, New York, Recolonization, Reintroduction, Remote Camera, Sightings, Tracks, Unconfirmed Sightings on Sep 19th, 2013
New York State Museum, Albany Huxley Theatre Sunday, October 6: 1PM – 2:30 PM Bill Betty, a Rhode Island resident and mountain lion lecturer from Cougars of the Valley, will review their year-long Connecticut field camera initiative, mountain lion biology and behavior, and the perspective of cougar recovery in New England based on compelling eye-witness […]
Everywhere cougars roam, even in the lowest dispersal densities, what we call incidental evidence appears: cats treed, hit, shot, snared, and found wandering into towns and cities. And increasingly, the proliferation of remote game/wildlife cameras is getting terrific pics of cougars along the urban/suburban interface. Folks even get pics of cougars on cell and point […]
Already providing the world’s toughest cougar protections, and understanding from long experience that cougars marooned in residential areas pose little public safety risk, California codifies protocols for handling cougars waylaid in developed areas. Contra Costa Times News
No Exit: Nebraska Shuts Another Door East
Surrounded by several million people, the Santa Cruz Mountains along the Bay Area peninsula – an area about half the size of the 700,000 acre Catskill Park in southern New York State – supports about 30 adult cougars and 40 kittens. The Santa Cruz’s largest protected area is the 18,000 acre Big Basin Redwood State Park. […]
The Santa Ana Mountains of Southern California between LA and San Diego maintains a cougar population despite continued poaching, roadkills, fragmentation and habitat loss. One of the first urban cougar populations ever to be studied, twenty years later, Paul Beier’s Santa Ana cats are still holding their own. Orange County Register