Officials say a mountain lion spotted at least four times in San Francisco last week is believed to have left town, making its way down the coast. Read full report.
Four mountain lion sightings have been reported in the San Francisco area since June 30. A joint press release from the Presidio Trust, the National Park Service and San Francisco Animal Care and Control said three of the sightings were made by members of the public, while one of the sightings was captured by a neighborhood security camera. Authorities believe the recent sightings are of the same mountain lion. Read full report.
A San Mateo man attempted to scare a mountain lion spotted in his neighborhood by firing his gun into the ground, police said. Read full report.
Mountain lions are some of the most iconic animals in the western hemisphere. But while we make plenty of room for them in our cultural imagery, we don’t always consider them when planning our landscapes. Read full report.
Zara McDonald is the Founder and President of Felidae Conservation Fund. She is an entrepreneur, conservationist, and vet technician, and has journeyed throughout four continents working on behalf of wild felid research and conservation since 2002. Read full report.
Despite the large human population of the Bay Area, we are fortunate to share our home with a variety of wildlife. One of the largest species – and most elusive – is the puma. Read full report.
The most fascinating creature caught on wildlife cameras in the Bay Area may be the mountain lion, a large carnivore that lives close by, occasionally slipping among us, but rarely seen. Read full report.
A car struck and killed a mountain lion Friday morning on southbound Interstate 280 in San Bruno, according to the California Highway Patrol. Read and watch full report.
It’s not unusual to see people working on computers in Silicon Valley, but Richard Pickens isn’t a software developer or a cybersecurity expert – he’s a member of a local conservation, research and education group working to track mountain lions in urban areas of California. Read full report.
Crouched in the darkness, two field technicians squint at a laptop, hoping to catch a glimpse of California's most elusive predator. Read full report.