In Southern California, public and private partners are leading a campaign to build the world's largest wildlife overpass—the Liberty Canyon Crossing.
The core project team overseeing the project includes Caltrans, the National Park Service, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservatory/ Mountain Recreation and Conservation Authority, the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains, and the National Wildlife Federation.
The Liberty Canyon Crossing construction is set to begin construction in 2021. Learn more about the Liberty Canyon Crossing partnership and the #SaveLACougars campaign.
Credit: National Wildlife Federation
The Cougar Conservancy is working in partnership with the #SaveLACougars campaign by providing educational opportunities for the public, outreaching to communities living with cougars, and promoting coexistence strategies.
The Cougar Conservancy is a non-profit organization based out of Los Angeles, California that provides expert recommendations and direct support to state residents seeking to prevent or resolve conflicts that may arise between our communities and cougars in the landscapes we share. Our Conflict Task Force collaborates with communities and individuals to implement reliable cougar conflict prevention techniques that serve people while conserving cougars. We aim to empower people with training and education that promotes coexistence with cougars and other wildlife essential to our ecosystems.
Learn more about our assistance programs and services.
Credit: RCD Santa Monica Mountains Clark Stevens - Architect, Raymond Garcia - Illustrator
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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