Mountain Lion Captured At Santa Cruz Shopping CenterAn 80-pound mountain lion, who climbed up a tree outside a Santa Cruz shopping center, was tranquilized and captured Thursday morning, authorities said.
DNA Confirms Mountain Lion Attack Inside Pescadero HomeA trace of mountain lion DNA has been identified in a blood sample taken from inside a home in Pescadero, confirming reports that a mountain lion attack.
Mountain Lion Suspected Of Snatching Dog From Pescadero BedroomAuthorities in San Mateo County believe a mountain lion entered a home in the coastal town of Pescadero and took a resident's dog.
Researchers Find Mountain Lion Kittens In Sonoma CountyWildlife conservation researchers in Sonoma County recently made an adorable discovery near Glen Ellen when they found three mountain lion kittens in a den.
Hunting Mountain Lion Captured On Hillsborough Security Camera It was a sight that startled Hillsborough’s Mary Mines.
Malibu Woman Claims Mountain Lion Terrorizing Her Ranch, Killing AnimalsUnder pressure from wildlife advocates, a Southern California rancher is changing her approach to a mountain lion that she claims is terrorizing her.
Pair Of Cougars Caught On Wildlife Camera On Sonoma County Vineyard GroundsA pair of cougars were caught on camera playing around on the grounds of a winery in Sonoma County.
Mountain Lion Captured On Camera Leaping Over 6-Foot FenceA surveillance camera recently captured a mountain lion jumping a fence outside a Santa Cruz home.
Mountain Lion Spotted In San Mateo NeighborhoodPolice are asking San Mateo residents to be vigilant after a person saw a mountain lion Sunday evening, police said.
Video Captures Mountain Lion Casually Walking Around BackyardAn adult mountain lion was captured on video casually walking around a yard in a Boulder Creek neighborhood.
Hiker's Run-In With Cougar Caught On CameraA Florida woman’s extremely close encounter with what appears to be a cougar was caught on camera and posted to Facebook, reminding pretty much anyone who walks on Bay Area trails that nature can be scary – and sometimes nature's afraid of us.
Growing Mountain Lion Population Posing Greater Risk To Small PetsWildlife experts say the mountain lion population is increasing, and that’s presenting a real danger to small dogs and cats.