Mar 17, 2023
Living with Lions Webinar Series 2024

Mountain lions play a critical role in maintaining a healthy natural ecosystem in every landscape they inhabit, but their continued presence in those landscapes is often tenuous.

Our Living with Lions webinar series highlights the challenges mountain lions face in existing in a human-dominated world, as well as the steps that we can take to preserve their presence here.

Interested in hearing the latest developments in mountain lion research? Want to be a more effective advocate for wildlife? These webinars are for you!

Registration is open now for these webinars:

The Story of P-22 and the Building of the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing with Beth Pratt

Wednesday, May 15 from 12-1pm PT via ZOOM

The world famous mountain lion, P-22, inspired the world to consider a new ethic of wildlife coexistence, even in our most populated areas. He also served as the poster-cat for the devastating impacts our roadways have on animals, and his plight galvanized millions around the globe to support the building of the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing. Join conservation leader and author of When Mountain Lions Are Neighbors, Beth Pratt, to learn the story of P-22 and the wildlife crossing, and how P-22’s legacy has continued even after his death.



Stay tuned, as each month we will dive in deep with scientists, journalists, authors, policymakers and more. Unless otherwise noted, all talks will take place at noon Pacific time, via Zoom. Registration is free and required in order to receive the link.

All events are free to attend, with donations to support our efforts welcome. This community has contributed well over $10,000 toward mountain lion protection efforts through these webinars since their launch in 2021. It’s inspiring to see so many people not only making time in their lives for mountain lions, but also giving generously to support recovery and co-existence efforts.

The webinars that we have hosted thus far are available for viewing here: 

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