Santa Monica Mountain Lion Gives Birth To Three Kittens (2 Boys & A Girl!)The National Park Service has been studying mountain lions in and around the Santa Monica Mountains since 2002.
Mountain Lion, Suspected Of Attacks On Livestock, First To Be Killed Under State 'Three-Strike' PolicyP-56 was a male mountain lion between 4 and 5 years old, and had been living in the western Santa Monica Mountains south of the 101 Freeway. He was first caught and outfitted with a GPS tracking collar in April 2017.
Fully Grown, Female Mountain Lion Added To Santa Monica Mountains StudyP-80 is the latest big cat to become part of the National Park Service’s 18-year study of the native mountain lion population.
Cocktail Of Rat Poisons Linked To Mountain Lions Found Dead In Santa Monica MountainsA cocktail of rat poisons may have killed two mountain lions, who were found dead recently in the Santa Monica Mountains, National Park Service officials said Tuesday.
P-65 'Makes History' As Second Collared Female Mountain Lion To Cross 101 FreewayP-65, a female mountain lion fitted with a radio collar, crossed the busy freeway on Aug. 21 between midnight and 2 a.m., according to National Park Service biologists.
Malibu Hiker Died Of Heatstroke After Wandering Into Backcountry Area Closed By Woolsey FireSeveral members of the victim’s hiking group were rescued after getting trapped on four different cliff sides. They ran out of water and were suffering from heat exhaustion.
Rare Find: Golden Eagle Chicks Discovered In Santa Monica MountainsIt’s the first time in 30 years a golden eagle nest has been found in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Petition Calls For SoCal Mountain Lions To Be Placed On Endangered ListA study earlier this year determined that cougar populations in the Santa Monica and Santa Ana mountains could go extinct within the next 50 years.
Rat Poison Suspected In Death Of Santa Monica Mountain LionOf 22 local mountain lions tested in the Santa Monica Mountains, 21 have showed the presence of rat poison in their systems.
Rat Poison Could Be Linked To Skin Disease In Santa Monica Mountain LionsSince 2002, only five mountain lions in the Santa Monica Mountains have contracted mange. Two of them died of rat poisoning.
Sinkhole Swallows Excavator, Driver In Ventura CountyYerba Buena Road north of Yellow Hill in the Ventura County area of the Santa Monica Mountains remains closed to traffic.
Fire-Scorched Santa Monica Mountains Won't Be Ready For Visitors Any Time SoonNational Park Service Ranger Ana Beatriz shared several images of the scorched mountain range in a Facebook post, asking for patience from visitors eager to return to their favorite trails.
Mountain Lion Who Survived Woolsey Fire Found Dead Weeks LaterP-64 was found this week with his paws visibly burned.
Park Rangers: Stop Feeding Wildlife In Woolsey Fire Burn AreaPeople have been leaving apples, corn, carrots and hay for wildlife in the Santa Monica Mountains.
83 Percent Of Santa Monica Mountain's National Parks Land Burned By Woolsey FireAuthorities say 83 percent of all National Parks Service land in the Santa Monica Mountains has been burned by the blaze, which started burning last Thursday.