This Facebook post by Project Coyote includes helpful tips for area residents when facing injured wildlife. It includes who to call (and who not to call) and how to look up wildlife rehabilitation facilities.
Check out this article from the San Gabriel Valley Tribune on the recent cougar death. This roadkill cougar was named M-318 as it was a male (M) and the 318th cougar studied by the UC Davis Wildlife Research team led … Read More
Known as the Brad Pitt of cougars, P22 (a collared male mountain lion in the Hollywood Hills) has literally been making the rounds in the *streets* of LA. Hopefully he heads back to the hills soon! And, remember avoid contact … Read More
Did you know bobcats are the most numerous wild cats in the Americas and that they are found in the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor? These felines are much smaller than cougars and have smaller territories. Unlike cougars whose tails are … Read More
State Parks are not created for dogs. State Parks are created to protect the native plants and animals. For example, when dogs urinate, their scent can disrupt the normal foraging of mule deer whose nourishment needs are highly specific. You … Read More
Learn about how humans impact our wildlands and their inhabitants and why dogs are only allowed in some places. Following park rules is a must to maintain the ecological integrity of the land. Also, information on new heli-hydrants is covered … Read More
You can see how well camouflaged these roadrunners are. It was the movement that drew our eyes to that spot. When out enjoying nature, remember to stop and look around. You may just see something really cool–like a pair of … Read More