Photo of children wearing mountain lion masks at an event.
 
TEXT: Calendar of events.

5/18/2016

CA: Fish & Game Wildlife Resources Meeting

If you're in the Sacramento-area on Wednesday, please consider attending the commission meeting and being a voice for our wildlife.

WHAT: California Fish and Game Commission's Wildlife Resources Committee Meeting.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 18, starting at 10:00 a.m.
WHERE: Ziggurat Building - Auditorium (pyramid-shaped building), 707 Third Street, West Sacramento
WHY: Important . . .

5/13/2016

NV: Evening in Celebration of the Mountain Lion

On Friday evening, MLF cosponsored an event with the Nevada Wildlife Alliance to celebrate Will Stolzenburg's new book, Heart of a Lion.

It was a great event. Will Stolzenburg's presentation was marvelous and heartbreaking. His true story about a lion that journeyed across America was augmented with facts about mountain lion evolution and current hunting practices. If you missed . . .

5/13/2016

NV: Commission Meeting

Nevada's Predator Management Program is a state effort designed to kill bobcats, coyotes, foxes, bears and mountain lions. The program is funded by a $3 fee that hunters pay when they buy a tag. The more hunters there are, the more money is raised to kill wildlife in addition to those animals killed by hunters. And a new law requires that 80% of the money be used directly to kill wildlife. . . .

5/10/2016

CA: Julian's Lions Community Event

Come join us at the free event!
When: Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Julian Library, 1850 Highway 78, Julian CA 92036
What: Presentations by MLF and renowned mountain lion researcher Dr. Winston Vickers about our local lions and new projects.
View the event . . .

5/10/2016

CA: Environmental Career Night

On Tuesday evening, MLF's biologist Amy Rodrigues participated in UC Davis' environmental career night.

Four professionals from varying environmental fields gave presentations and had a panel discussion to give students an insight into their jobs, education, and . . .


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