Test results reveal the mountain lion that attacked a 6-year-old boy near Cupertino Sunday is a male.
A mountain lion and three cubs were reportedly spotted near Woodside Tuesday morning, days after a young boy was attacked in San Mateo County.
Amid the search for the mountain lion that mauled a six-year-old boy near a Cupertino Winery on Sunday, wildlife advocates say California’s drought may have been a factor in the attack.
The boy upgraded by doctors to good condition Monday, and was released from the hospital. He was attacked around 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon on a hiking trail along Montebello Road near the Pichetti Winery. The family was about two miles away from the main picknick ground at the time of the attack.
Boy Attacked By Mountain Lion Near Cupertino Winery Released From Hospital; Hunt For Big Cat Continues
A hunting expedition is being organized Monday morning to go after a mountain lion that attacked a child in the hills just outside Cupertino on a popular hiking trail.
Authorities suspended a search for a mountain lion in Cupertino that sent a 6-year-old boy to the hospital Sunday afternoon, according to Santa Clara County Sgt. Curtis Stenderup.
San Mateo County deputies are investigating a mountain lion sighting that occurred Sunday morning in Woodside.
A mountain lion was spotted in Portola Valley the past two days, San Mateo County emergency officials said Sunday.
A mountain lion has been spotted in a residential area of southern San Mateo County Sunday afternoon, according to the sheriff’s office.
Residents in a San Mateo neighborhood reported seeing a mountain lion attacking a deer early Tuesday morning, police said.