Children may ask what happens to the animal after it dies, and for this, it’s all right to share your beliefs. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
A eulogy to P-22 with hope that his legacy will ensure more wildlife crossings. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
Today on AirTalk, we’ll remember P-22 with Beth Pratt, regional executive director with the National Wildlife Federation, and Seth Riley, wildlife branch chief for the National Park Service at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE FULL STORY
The mountain lion P-22, who lived in the heart of Los Angeles for more than a decade and became the face of an international campaign to save Southern California’s threatened pumas, was euthanized Saturday because of several long-term health concerns and injuries that likely stemmed from being hit by a car, officials said. CLICK...
Imagine cruising down a 10-lane highway and knowing that, high above your head, a mountain lion is quietly going along its way. This remarkable image could soon be reality for drivers on one of California’s busiest roads, as the world’s largest wildlife overpass begins construction this month. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
There’s a spot on Highway 101 in Agoura Hills, it’s pretty inconspicuous. There’s brown and green rolling hills on either side of the highway. Homes are sprinkled here and there. And then a small metal gate that leads off on a hiking trail. You probably wouldn’t know it, but soon this spot will be the...
Groundbreaking is set for next month on what’s billed as the world’s largest wildlife crossing — a bridge over a major Southern California highway that will provide more room to roam for mountain lions and other animals hemmed in by urban sprawl. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
The mountain lion known as P22 has become something of a celebrity in the city of Los Angeles. The big cat resides in Griffith Park, a 4,000-acre park tucked in the Hollywood hills, and has inspired murals, songs and even an exhibit about his life. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
Some call him the “Brad Pitt” of mountain lions. And much like the Hollywood legend, P-22 is showing no signs of slowing down. On Saturday, Los Angeles’ most famous mountain lion will celebrate his 10th anniversary of living in Griffith Park. Cameras first caught P-22 roaming the area at night on Feb. 12, 2012. He...