Category: Videos

Sea Otters v. Climate Change

Another great NPR video on our Sea Otter – Climate change work…

When people talk about sea otters, the words “cute,” “cuddly,” and “curious” often come to mind. But now you can add another descriptor to that list — climate change fighters.

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Science on the SPOT: Chasing Pumas

Great NPR video documentary on our mountain lion – habitat fragmentation study

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Cal Academy of Sciences – Local Lions

Apparently this video is playing on the big screen in the Cal Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.

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Urban drifter: Mountain lion visits Santa Cruz

It was a crazy day.  A mountain lion made its way into downtown Santa Cruz, and we got a call from the police to come help them and the CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife anesthetize the cat and move it to safety.  Lots of coverage on this one.  Read about it in the Sentinel (with photos here), Pajaronian, Fox News, NBC News or our blog post about it on SantaCruzPumas.

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Tracking Urban Lions

From NPR, an excellent radio spot about our puma project.  The online version has a bonus video to accompany it.

 

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