Mountain Lion Foundation Will Be Here with Free Presentation Saturday, 11 a.m.

  • This two-year-old male lion was found wandering the yard of a Neenach woman's home in March. Now mountain lions have been sighted in Pine Mountain and in Lake of the Woods, where one dog is confirmed to have been killed and as many as four others allegedly taken. The Mountain Lion Foundation (based in Sacramento) will be here to answer community questions on Saturday, April 11, at 11 a.m., in the Frazier Park Library Community Room. [photo by Gary Meyer]

    This two-year-old male lion was found wandering the yard of a Neenach woman's home in March. Now mountain lions have been sighted in Pine Mountain and in Lake of the Woods, where one dog is confirmed to have been killed and as many as four others allegedly taken. The Mountain Lion Foundation (based in Sacramento) will be here to answer community questions on Saturday, April 11, at 11 a.m., in the Frazier Park Library Community Room. [photo by Gary Meyer]

Frazier Park, Lebec, Lake of the Woods, Cuddy Valley, Pine Mountain Club, Lockwod Valley, CA (Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 7:25 p.m.)—Breaking News: Following the scares in Lake of the Woods and the reported killing of a family dog by a mountain lion, with allegations of four pets taken in the area and questions about the safety of children, the Mountain Lion Foundation is sending a  representative to Frazier Park this Saturday.  Robin Parks will give a free public presentation about living in lion habitat and will answer all your questions.

The event is coordinated by The Mountain Enterprise newspaper with the Frazier Park Library. The gathering will be in the community room of the library. See this week’s issue of The Mountain Enterprise (on newsstands first thing Thursday morning) for more details.

From the weekly calendar of The Mountain Enterprise:

The Mountain Lion Foundation (MLF) will be here on Saturday, 11 a.m.-1p.m. with a fast-paced, factual presentation to answer all your questions about living with wild mountain lions in this Los Padres National Forest habitat. MLF ‘s Robin Parks invites community residents, law enforcement, animal control and  everyone with questions about keeping our families and these beautiful animals safe. The event is organized by The Mountain Enterprise with the Frazier Park Library (3732 Park Drive, FP)

This is part of the April 3, 2015 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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