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  • Mama mountain lion and kitten caught on camera for first time since wine country wildfires

    For the first time since she was kept busy dodging hotspots during the Nuns Fire, mountain lion P1 and her one surviving kitten were seen. Audubon Canyon Ranch posted video on December 5, 2017, of the family near Bennett Valley, Sonoma County. Dr. Quinton Martins used newly acquired trail cameras after the recent fires destroyed the old ones. The kitten is now a rather large 8-month-old. They were feasting on a big buck that P1 had killed a few days prior.

Mama mountain lion and kitten caught on camera for first time since wine country wildfires

For the first time since she was kept busy dodging hotspots during the Nuns Fire, mountain lion P1 and her one surviving kitten were seen. Audubon Canyon Ranch posted video on December 5, 2017, of the family near Bennett Valley, Sonoma County. Dr. Quinton Martins used newly acquired trail cameras after the recent fires destroyed the old ones. The kitten is now a rather large 8-month-old. They were feasting on a big buck that P1 had killed a few days prior.
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