Mark found our organization in 2012 and offered his bookkeeper skills to us on a volunteer basis because, in his words, “I can’t imagine losing these species in the wild and I want to help prevent such an outcome.” Mark brought his quiet steadiness to our fast moving and quickly changing work environment, and he consistently devoted the hours to keep our books and financials in order. Mark loved his family and he loved being in nature. Mark’s life ended prematurely on June 27, 2016 in Big Sur, CA. Mark was part of our team and staff for over 4 years and he will be greatly missed. Thank you for your dedication to our organization. We will miss you in our community.
What's New this Spring for Wild Cats? Check out the Spring 2016 edition of our E-Newsletter.
Happy Holidays from Felidae Conservation Fund! Watch the 2015 Holiday Puma Video.
Check out our Fall 2015 edition of the e-Newsletter. Read full report.
Happy Thanksgiving from Felidae Conservation Fund! Read full report.
Check out our Fall 2014 edition of the e-Newsletter. Read full report.
Check out our Earth Day 2014 edition of the e-Newsletter. Read full report.
Tree & Sky Media Arts is producing two films for Felidae Conservation Fund outreach and education efforts. The first, a short music video, is nearly complete and will be announced soon - This film is meant to go viral to help educate people on puma conservation issues, so please post it, tweet it, share it, comment on it and help spread the word.
On December 20, 2011, two severely malnourished and scared puma cubs were found under a parked car in a neighborhood in Burbank, a mile from the Verdugo Mountains. The shocked residents were not expecting to come across this wild pair...
Heading out into the high Andes to track the three species of elusive cats that live above the clouds is a more complicated endeavor than one might imagine. The journey from San Francisco to Loma Blanca, the last “town” in civilization before camp, was long and tiring...