Tag: National Park Service

Mountain Lion P-23 Found Dead On Road

MALIBU—P-23, a female mountain lion that has been researched and observed by the National Park Service for years, was found dead on the side...

Mountain Lion P-55 Makes History Crossing 101 Freeway Twice

SANTA MONICA—A 2-year-old mountain lion, known as P-55, made history last week when he successfully crossed the 101 Ventura freeway for the second time. On...

Rare Species Of Frogs Found Reproducing

SANTA MONICA—Officials have announced that an endangered species of frogs were found breeding in the Santa Monica Mountains last week. Mark Twain first marketed the...

Temescal Canyon Celebrates 100 Years Of National Parks

PACIFIC PALISADES—The Temescal Canyon Association will be hosting guest speakers, a film screening and several tributes at their annual meeting next week to celebrate...

Griffith Park Celebrates ‘P-22 Day’

GRIFFITH PARK—The National Wildlife Federation is encouraging animal and wildlife lovers to join them in a day-long celebration for Los Angeles’ most famous feline...

Rare Black Bear Sighting In Santa Monica Mountains

MALIBU—Researchers have found evidence of a black bear in the Santa Monica Mountains. It is a rare occurrence, being that southern Los Angeles hasn’t...

Size Of Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Increasing

SANTA MONICA—Congress members for the state of California have presented a bill that will double the size of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation...

Griffith Park Mountain Lion Recaptured In Healthy State

GRIFFITH PARK—On January 7, National Park Service officials (NPS) announced that researchers recaptured the Griffith Park mountain lion known as P-22 and determined his...
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