Santa Cruz police Friday received three separate reported sightings of a mountain lion walking by residences in central Santa Cruz, one of them on the grounds of an apartment complex only blocks from the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
A car struck and killed a mountain lion Friday morning on southbound Interstate 280 in San Bruno, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A mountain lion was spotted in Hillsborough early Friday morning and a dead deer apparently killed by the big cat was later found in the area.
One of the sightings was in the backyard of a home.
The latest was Friday morning, as authorities said two big cats were seen near Barn Theater at UC Santa Cruz.
A mountain lion was spotted Saturday in the Emerald Lake Hills residential area of San Mateo County west of Redwood City, according to the sheriff’s department.
A mountain lion that caused a stir in Mountain View has been killed.
Surveillance footage captured a mountain lion lounging on top of a car in a South Bay home’s driveway.
Hillsborough police report that a mountain lion is most likely responsible for killing a deer whose body was discovered on a resident’s walkway Sunday morning.
Scientist at the University of California, Santa Cruz say they now know much more about how Mountain Lions stalk, pounce and overpower their prey, thanks to the help of a wildlife tracking collar.