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Reflections on Gratitude - MLF Newsletter

02/17/2021

Welcome, 2021! Heading into a new year, we're naturally reflective about the memories we'll keep from the year past and the priorities we'll carry into the new one. While so much has been said about the many difficulties of 2020, the year also brought us reasons to celebrate and be grateful. (Read these reflections from our own Fred Hull and from our CEO Debra Chase in their columns below.) As the Mountain Lion Foundation, we must also express our gratitude for America's rugged, adaptable, charismatic lion -- the mountain lion...

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mountain lion cougar puma catamount panther
all the same animal!


Whatever you call America's Lion...

he's more than a trophy...
too few in numbers...
across far less habitat...
in a land with more people.

Frequently Asked Questions Answered about Mountain Lions
Photograph of lion walking through autumn leaves.

The American Lion:
Biology and Behavior

Spend just eight minutes and learn little known facts about the fascinating mountain lion. Get a glimpse of how a mountain lion thinks, feels, and senses. What makes the mountain lion so adaptable to a wide variety of habitats? How does their hunting differ from that of wolves and bears? What is their relationship to the ecosystem?
Photograph of two autumn leaves, green and bright crimson.

ON AIR: Will Stolzenburg about his New Book

5/5/16 An Audio Interview with Julie West, MLF Broadcaster

Heart of a Lion explores the incredible journey of one mountain lion across the eastern United States.

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