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Remote Camera Photo of the Week!    Every Friday, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us.    To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you tickets to the San Francisco Zoo OR a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle.    This week's photo is - Bobcat in Flight in the East San Francisco Bay Area, California

Remote Camera Photo of the Week! Every Friday, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us. To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you tickets to the San Francisco Zoo OR a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle. This week's photo is - Bobcat in Flight in the East San Francisco Bay Area, California

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Black Bear in Napa County, CA    Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us.    To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle.     Photo by Felidae Conservation Fund and the Land Trust of Napa County

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Black Bear in Napa County, CA Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us. To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle. Photo by Felidae Conservation Fund and the Land Trust of Napa County

i admire any creature that still manages to be king of the jungle when his jungle has been reduced to the woodland park zoo

This was taken a couple of weeks ago at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. It was a mostly cloudy day but this Lion found a little bright spot just as I was taking his picture.

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Strike a Pose!  Black Bear in Napa County, CA    Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us.    To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle.     Photo by Felidae Conservation Fund and the Land Trust of Napa County

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Strike a Pose! Black Bear in Napa County, CA Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us. To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle. Photo by Felidae Conservation Fund and the Land Trust of Napa County

Felidae Conservation Fund aims to advance the conservation of wild cats and their habitats planet wide through a combination of groundbreaking research, compelling education and cutting-edge technology.  This image is from a remote sensing field camera of a bobcat in the Santa Cruz Mountains. This is an area where we will be studying the effects of habitat fragmentation and potential issues that arise from the use of rodenticides (rat poison).  #DoGood

Felidae Conservation Fund aims to advance the conservation of wild cats and their habitats planet wide through a combination of groundbreaking research, compelling education and cutting-edge technology. This image is from a remote sensing field camera of a bobcat in the Santa Cruz Mountains. This is an area where we will be studying the effects of habitat fragmentation and potential issues that arise from the use of rodenticides (rat poison). #DoGood

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Puma Cub Practices Hunting Skills on a Deer Fawn in South Bay Area, CA    Photo courtesy of Bill C.    Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us.    To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle    See the next photo in the sequence in our next post!

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Puma Cub Practices Hunting Skills on a Deer Fawn in South Bay Area, CA Photo courtesy of Bill C. Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us. To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle See the next photo in the sequence in our next post!

Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Holidays from Felidae Conservation Fund!

Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Holidays from Felidae Conservation Fund!

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Puma Cub Practices Hunting Skills on a Deer Fawn in South Bay Area, CA    Next photo in the sequence!     Have a great Labor Day Weekend!

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Puma Cub Practices Hunting Skills on a Deer Fawn in South Bay Area, CA Next photo in the sequence! Have a great Labor Day Weekend!

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Puma Family Group Crossing Bridge in the Sierra Foothills, CA    Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us.    To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle    Happy Monday!

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Puma Family Group Crossing Bridge in the Sierra Foothills, CA Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us. To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle Happy Monday!

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Red fox on the lookout for a rodent meal in the East SF Bay Area    Trivia question: Is the Red Fox a native species in the area?     Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us.    To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle

Remote Camera Photo of the Week: Red fox on the lookout for a rodent meal in the East SF Bay Area Trivia question: Is the Red Fox a native species in the area? Every week, we post a photo from our remote camera research database from the Bay Area Puma Project and from photos shared with us. To submit a photo for Photo of the Week, email info@felidaefund.org! If your photo is chosen, we will send you a Bay Area Puma Project water bottle

Bobcat: secretive and seldom seen; tail is about 6 inches in length; appear similar to their cousin, the lynx; occur widely in North America

Bobcat: secretive and seldom seen; tail is about 6 inches in length; appear similar to their cousin, the lynx; occur widely in North America

These are the 50 best photos from Round II of Field & Stream's Fall Trail Cam Photo Contest.

These are the 50 best photos from Round II of Field & Stream's Fall Trail Cam Photo Contest.

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