Letter: Supports Stronger Mountain Lion Protection
Posted by Laraine Turk on April 10, 2020
Related MBCA News follows this letter.
Posted by Laraine Turk
· April 11, 2020 9:21 AM
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MBCA has sent a letter to the California Fish and Game Commission
recommending a review of the status of mountain lion populations in the Southern California and Central Coast mountain areas. There are genetic connections between those beleaguered populations and lions known to be in Joshua Tree National Park. Such a review should lead to listing those mountain lions as "threatened" under the California Endangered Species Act.
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