Back by Popular Demand: Monday Talk on Mountain Lions at the Lab

July 17, 2013

Berkeley Lab is working with the Felidae Conservation Fund to determine and assess mountain lion activity at the main Lab site. A lecture on Monday, July 22 in the Building 50 Auditorium from noon to 1 p.m. addresses whether mountain lions exist in the neighborhood and what role they play in our local ecosystem. The lecturer from Felidae will discuss other local wildlife as well as the efforts of the Bay Area Puma Project. The lecture will be streamed here.

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4 Responses to “Back by Popular Demand: Monday Talk on Mountain Lions at the Lab”

  1. thomas thuillier says:

    Sure there are: I’ve seen a mountain lion 2 weeks ago while walking along wildcat canyon road in Tilden!

  2. Joe Carlson says:

    thanks for streaming it!

  3. David Stein says:

    Will this be available for future online viewing?

  4. Cynthia Lytle says:

    Fantastic presentation. Extremely insightful. Thank you for streaming.

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