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TEXT: Calendar of events.

7/28/2016

Temecula Community Workshop

In response to concerns raised by the community and wildlife experts about a proposed housing development along a critical wildlife corridor in Temecula, a public workshop will be held.

WHAT: Community Workshop
WHEN: Thursday, July 28, 2016 from 9 AM - 12 PM
WHERE: Temecula City Hall Conference Center
41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590

Free parking is available in . . .

7/17/2016

Art Paws

Please come visit us at our booth during Reno's Art Paws event!

The event is a fine arts, wine & music festival featuring animal‑themed artwork. All proceed from the event support 3 local non‑profit animal agencies. You are encouraged to bring your pets!

WHAT:Reno Art Paws
WHEN:Sunday July 17, 2016. 10am-5pm
WHERE:McKinley Arts & Culture Center/Park - Reno, . . .

7/15/2016

Rodney Jackson Presentation

The Mountain Lion Foundation is hosting a presentation by Rodney Jackson from the Snow Leopard Conservancy. This presentation is part of our new Julian Project in Southern California. 14 mountain lions have been killed there over the past couple of years, for preying on domestic animals. In contrast, only 5 lions were killed for that reason over the entire prior decade. What can we do? We hope to . . .

7/14/2016

Will Stolzenburg Presents Heart of a Lion

The Mountain Lion Foundation and Western Wildlife Outreach present Will Stolzenburg, author. Introduction by Dr. Brian Kertson, WDFW Carnivore Research Scientist.

WHAT: Presentation & Book Signing
WHEN: Thursday, July 14, 2016. Doors open 6:30, presentation starts at 7:05 pm
WHERE: Sammamish Community Center, 831 228th Ave SE

Admission is free!

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7/4/2016

Julian Parade Float

The Mountain Lion Foundation will be showcasing a protective livestock pen with the 4-H Club at the Julian 4th of July parade!

WHAT:Julian 4th of July parade
WHEN:July 4th 2016, 12pm-1pm. There are pre-parade events which start at 10am.
WHERE:Julian CA Main Street, from Julian High School to Frank Lane Park.
WHY:We are showcasing a display of our livestock protection pen to . . .

6/11/2016

CA: Julian Pen Build

Would you like to attend the event or volunteer? If you are in Southern California join us as we demonstrate how to design and build secure livestock enclosures with the Santa Ysabel and Julian 4-H Club.

WHAT: Pen build with 4-H Club
WHEN:Saturday, June 11, starting at 9 am
WHERE: A private citizen's house in Julian California, please RSVP for the address.
WHY: Many mountain . . .

6/2/2016

California Wildlife Conservation Board Meeting

WHAT:Wildlife Conservation Board Meeting
WHEN: 10:00 am Thursday, June 2nd
WHERE: Room 437 of the State Capitol
WHY:The WCB decides how to spend this year's $30 million provided by the Habitat Conservation Fund. We want to make sure that money is spent wisely.

The Habitat Conservation Fund was created by prop 117 in 1990. To learn more about Prop 117 check out our articles . . .

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. . . .


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