The program will build a bridge between the Santa Monica Mountains community, visitors, and area wildlife by engaging and empowering people with information about the importance of coexisting with cougars and a greater understanding of all of the benefits that the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing will bring. Construction began in the summer of 2022, and when completed, the crossing will be largest of its kind in the world and a global model for urban wildlife conservation.
The guided hikes will give members of the public an opportunity to experience the project up-close and learn more about how the crossing will ensure that local wildlife populations thrive into the future. Participants will also have access to factual information about human-wildlife interactions including effective non-lethal strategies that can be used to coexist with cougars and other animal species while living and recreating in or near wild spaces.
The program is currently taking applications for new trainees.
Korinna Domingo, Founder & Director, Cougar Conservancy
Los Angeles, California, USA
The Cougar Conservancy is in affiliation with Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE) a non-profit charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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