How Cat Scat Helps Solve Conservation Mysteries
May 04, 2022
Examining scat is a little bit like detective work. The perpetrator may or may not be anywhere nearby, but scientists can determine the who, what, when, where, why, and how from this clue alone. No, it’s not something most people discuss freely in polite society, but when it comes to tracking wild cats, excrement is well worth...>
Looking for Lynx in All the Right Places
February 18, 2022
So you think you’ve spotted a lynx! But what kind is it? Canadian, Iberian, Eurasian? Or could it be something else altogether – a bobcat?
A Spotty Population of Ocelots Call Texas Home
February 10, 2022
Most of us are familiar with mountain lions and bobcats living in the continental United States, but did you know we have ocelots here, too? There aren’t...>
Mistaken Mountain Lion Sightings Have Major Consequences
February 04, 2022
Amazing! You just saw a mountain lion on your security camera!
Or did you?
Show your love for wild cats this Valentine's Day ♥
February 01, 2022
Meet the Andean Mountain Cat – The Most Mysterious Cat in the Americas
January 10, 2022
If you’ve never heard of the Andean mountain cat, you’re not alone. These magnificent animals are one of the rarest, most elusive wild cats in the...>
What Is Human-Puma Conflict and What Can We Do About It?
November 23, 2021
Human-wildlife conflict is defined as any sort of negative interaction between people and wild animals. This could mean damage to property, livestock, or even harm to the...>
Why Do Mountain Lions Matter?
November 04, 2021
People often wonder why mountain lions are so important, especially since their numbers have stopped spiraling. On the whole, the species is considered near threatened, not endangered, so...>
In Memory of Mark Andrew Feaster
July 07, 2016
RIP Mark Andrew Feaster.
Mark found our organization in 2012 and offered his bookkeeper skills to us on a volunteer basis because, in his words, “I...>
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