Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 01.05.18

On November 21st, the FWC collected the remains of a 2 year old male on CR833 in Hendry County. The cause of death was vehicle collision. On November 23rd, the FWC collected the remains of a 2 year old male on Daniels Parkway east of 75 in Lee County. The cause of death was vehicle … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 01.05.18

Mountain lion and kitten spotted since wildfires

A mountain lion and her surviving kitten were spotted on a Sonoma wildlife camera for the first time since October’s devastating wildfires in North Bay. The mother, known to researchers as P1, and the Audubon Canyon Ranch Mountain Lion Project (ARC) have been tracking her for over year. Last April, P1 gave birth to a … Continue reading Mountain lion and kitten spotted since wildfires

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 11.14.17

On November 7th, the FWC collected the remains of a three-and-half year old male on Immokalee Road in Collier County. The cause of death was vehicle collision. On November 13th, the FWC collected the remains of a 6 to 7 year old male on CR833 in Hendry County. The cause of death was vehicle collision. … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 11.14.17

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 10.27.17

On October 14th the FWC documented a new litter! The kittens: one male and one female born to Mom FP247 are approximately 23 days old. On October 15th the FWC collected the remains of a one-and-half year old female on CR835 in Hendry County. The cause of death was vehicle collision. Florida Panther statistics for … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 10.27.17

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.22.17

On September 16th, the FWC collected the remains of a three-and-half year old male on SR98 in Highlands County just north of Lake Istokpoga. The cause of death was vehicle collision. Florida Panther statistics for 2017: Six new litters were documented consisting of 10 males and 7 females for a total of 17 kittens born … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.22.17

WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner ~ 10 September 2017

WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society ~ WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner Our weekly podcast provides a recap of the week’s top news stories affecting all wildcats around the world. The series also highlights work performed by WCCLAS, featured interviews, commentaries and special reports. Top News Stories for Sunday, 10 September 2017: … Continue reading WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner ~ 10 September 2017

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.08.17

On August 19th, the FWC discovered a new litter of kittens: one male and one female belonging to Mom FP239. The kittens are now approximately 2 months old. The FWC reported the loss of four panthers during the month of August: On August 13th, a 12-year-old male was struck by a vehicle at Mile Marker … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.08.17

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 07.14.17

On July 3rd the FWC reported the recovery of a 5 year old male panther. The panther was euthanized after it was struck by a vehicle on Immokalee Road, 2 miles east of Coller Boulevard in Collier County. The total number of panther deaths kittens and adults in 2017 now stands at 16. On June … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 07.14.17

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 06.23.17

The FWC recovered the remains of a 2 to 3 year old male panther on June 16th. The panther died after it was struck by a vehicle on CR 846 east of Immokalee in Hendry County. On June 11th, the FWC collected the remains of a panther in Golden Gates Estates in Collier County. The … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 06.23.17

Mountain lion kittens perish after abandonment

The Los Angeles Times reported last Wednesday that wildlife officials announced two small mountain lion kittens abandoned by their mother in the Santa Monica Mountains have died. Known as P-57 and P-58, the male and female kittens were likely their mother’s first litter, according to Kate Kuykendall, acting deputy superintendent for the Santa Monica Mountains … Continue reading Mountain lion kittens perish after abandonment