A pair of cougars were caught on camera playing around on the grounds of a winery in Sonoma County. Read full report.
A leading lion project in Mozambique has taken the groundbreaking step of getting the local community to name the latest lion cubs born in the park. Read full report.
Hundreds of snow leopards are being killed by poachers every year across the high mountain ranges of Asia, according to a new report. It's estimated there are just 4,000 of these elegant but elusive creatures now surviving in the wild. Read full report.
Ensuring that healthy, wild lion populations continue to roam Africa’s savannas has become increasingly challenging, as southern Africa’s expanding human population comes into ever greater conflict with lions across much of their range. Read full report.
What comes to mind when you imagine the call of P-22, L.A.'s famous urban mountain lion (Puma concolor)? Do you imagine a roar or violent hiss? If so, you are not alone because that is what people most often see and hear in the movies. Read full report.
Was it a mountain lion, or a house cat? That was the question after a winery in a Hammonton, New Jersey posted a brief video appearing to show a puma strolling through the vineyard. Read full report.
New Hampshire’s bobcats are rebounding despite increased development and human activities in their natural habitats and decreases in the availability of their prey. A new research project funded by the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire aims to understand why. Read full report.
The three-acre hilltop park overlooking Iran’s smog-blanketed capital might seem like a nice spot for romance. But the couple has not been in the mood. Delbar, a 4-year-old female Asiatic cheetah, was brought to the fenced enclosure at Tehran’s Pardisan park by conservation officials who hoped she would mate with Koshki, a 10-year-old male. Read full report.
Overexploitation and persecution of large carnivores resulting from conflict with humans comprise major causes of declines worldwide. Read full report.
Genetic tests showed that two cougars poached in the Upper Peninsula likely originated from a population typically found in South Dakota, Wyoming and Nebraska, the state Department of Natural Resources said. Read full report.
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