Researchers Find 2 Litters Of 5 Mountain Lion Kittens In Santa Susana MountainsNational Park Service researchers have found a "kitten caboodle" – two, actually – in the Santa Susana Mountains.
Uninhabited San Miguel Island Reopening To Visitors, CampersAn uninhabited island with pristine beaches and trails is opening again, just 50 miles off the coast of Ventura.
Citizen Scientists Wanted For Coyote Scat Collection ProjectThe National Park Service is recruiting for people willing to collect coyote droppings.
3-Legged Bobcat, Her 1-Eared Kitten Tracked In Santa Monica MountainsA bobcat with three legs and whose kitten is missing an ear is living and thriving in the Santa Monica Mountains, according to the National Park Service.
Coyote Tracked By Researchers Drowns In Lake At MacArthur ParkA coyote researchers were tracking to see how the animals live in extremely urbanized areas has drowned in a popular Los Angeles park.
2 Mountain Lion Kittens Born In Santa Monica MountainsDNA testing is underway to identify who the father of the new litter is.
Young Mountain Lion Struck, Killed On Interstate 5 Near CastaicA young mountain lion was struck and killed by a vehicle on Interstate 5 near Castaic, officials said Thursday.
Researchers: 2 Coyotes Found To Be Living In Westlake, Silver LakeTwo coyotes who have taken up residence near the heart of downtown Los Angeles are being tracked and studied by National Park Service researchers.
2 New Mountain Lion Kittens Found By National Park Service ResearchersBiologists have tracked down two new mountain lion kittens, one in the Santa Monica Mountains and another in the Santa Susana Mountains.
Travel Guide To Utah's Arches National ParkTravel guide to Utah's Arches National Park, featuring the world's largest collection of natural stone arches.
Conservators Restore Graffiti-Scarred Barker Dam In Joshua Tree National ParkPainstaking 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.
GPS Tracked Mountain Lion To Home Near Griffith ParkTracking 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.

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