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sfgate.com4 new mountain lion kittens found in California mountainsTHOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) - Four new mountain lion kittens have been found by researchers studying the wild cats living in Southern California's Santa Monica Mountains, wildlife officials announced in video posts Tuesday showing the blue-eyed babies meowing and one feisty one hissing and even taking a swipe at the person filming her. The four female kittens are about 5½ weeks old and are the first litter that has been found in the Simi Hills, a small area of habitat between the Santa Monica and Santa Susana mountain ranges just north of Los Angeles. Researchers have added the four kittens to their ongoing study of mountain lions in the area. Their mother is a mountain lion researchers have been tracking since January.
sfweekly.comA Sneak Peek at the Oakland Zoo’s California Trail, Opening July 12 - June 12, 2018If your exposure to Bay Area wildlife is limited to hot dog snatching seagulls or the occasional scraggly coyote, then chances are you need to get out more. Even though the grizzly bears adorning our state flag may have headed to greener pastures, California is still a wildlife wonderland — if Marc Benioff’s security cameras …
sierraclub.orgHundreds of Thousands of Public Comments Urge Zinke to Protect the Arctic RefugeToday, more than 675,000 public comments were submitted to the Department of the Interior in opposition to Secretary Zinke’s plan to hold a lease sale for drilling in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
popsci.comYes, a tax bill can—and likely will—spoil America’s most pristine wildlife refugeThe Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is the largest swath of undeveloped land in the United States—a pristine frontier boasting unparalleled biodiversity and natural beauty. Protected by law for decades, the region is now at risk. And surprisingly, a tax bill is to blame for its peril.