The Cougar Conservancy’s Conflict Task Force received communication from a resident living in the San Gabriel Mountains about a cougar on their property that had possibly been injured in the Bobcat fire. Here is our story.
A cougar that the Cougar Conservancy rescued after being burned in the Bobcat fire has successfully been released back into the wild after receiving expert medical care by the new Wildlife Disaster Network team.
Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy (AFC) Advisor and wildlife photographer Denis Callet has captured footage of “Monrovia”— the first cougar ever to be rescued, rehabilitated, and released in the state of California. Thank you to Nicole Comstock at CBS Los Angelesfor covering this story.
While these new cubs found by researchers at the National Park Service are a "beacon of hope", cougars in this area still face a myriad of different challenges and threats. Thanks to Leanne Suter for taking the time to cover our local cougars on ABC 7.
NPS Press Release: bit.ly/summer-of-kittens
Join us for a virtual event featuring the Cougar Conservancy's Founder and Director Korinna Domingo and Conservation Artist Daniela Barbani. This event began with a prerecorded conversation with Domingo and Barbani, and ended with a live Q&A from the audience.
Beth Pratt, Regional Director of the National Wildlife Federation of California sits down with our very own Korinna Domingo. Korinna shares tips for how to keep both people and wildlife safe, and strategies for protecting livestock and pets. This series includes interviews with scientists and other experts, live concerts, story hours, art lessons, and much more!#SaveLACougars | SaveLACougars.org
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