National Park Service
A young mountain lion was struck and killed by a vehicle on Interstate 5 near Castaic, officials said Thursday.
Two coyotes who have taken up residence near the heart of downtown Los Angeles are being tracked and studied by National Park Service researchers.
Biologists have tracked down two new mountain lion kittens, one in the Santa Monica Mountains and another in the Santa Susana Mountains.
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Painstaking work by conservators has restored the appearance of Joshua Tree National Park’s historic Barker Dam, which became scarred with scratched graffiti as California’s drought caused water levels to fall.
Tracking data show that a mountain lion that triggered a ruckus when it was discovered under a Los Angeles home was only there a short time, and it quickly returned to the wilderness when left alone.
The National Park Service on Tuesday recommended adding 270 square miles of land around Los Angeles to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
After nearly 100 years, the National Park Service holds some of the country’s most beautiful and historic places, though it also suffers from an $11 billion backlog of unfunded maintenance and a visitor base that’s aging and mostly white.
Caltrans will build a $10 million bridge spanning the 101 Freeway allowing mountain lions and other wild animals access across the busy roadway.
Two 10-month-old mountain lion kittens appear healthy after a remote camera operated by the National Park Service in the Santa Monica Mountains captured them enjoying a meal of mule deer recently.
A marijuana farm in Topanga State Park, that was originally discovered by California State Park Rangers, was raided on Friday.
Rubel Castle, which is tucked away in a quiet Glendora neighborhood, may soon be getting attention on the national stage.
Standing just 5 hours from the towering skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles is a forest filled with giants created by Mother Nature. Beyond the big trees, Sequoia and Kings Canyon offer the same great hiking opportunities and Sierra Nevada vistas as Yosemite, but with far fewer crowds.