Common Questions in Cougar Co-Existence: An Educational Resource for the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing Project

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Discover the essence of successful cougar coexistence through Common Questions in Cougar Coexistence: An Educational Resource for the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing Project. This book is the result of careful research and synthesis, bringing together current research and the collective experiences and knowledge of researchers and coexistence practitioners.

In a world filled with conflicting information, this guide cuts through the noise to provide you with a clear and concise path towards harmonious living with cougars.

Whether you're a concerned community member, coexistence manager, or wildlife enthusiast, this book addresses all your questions about cougars, policy, human-wildlife interactions, and proven coexistence strategies.

Gain deep insights into cougar behavior, empowering you to create a safe environment for both humans and wildlife. From tried-and-true approaches to dispelling myths, this transformative guide offers practical advice for fostering a future where humans and cougars thrive side by side.

Authors: Korinna Domingo, Kelly Hood, Jeff Sikich, Seth Riley, Mark Lotz, Tiffany Yap, Miguel Ordeñana, Johanna Turner, Beth Pratt

All proceeds benefit the non-profit National Wildlife Federation’s #SaveLACougars campaign to build the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing and advance connectivity efforts in Southern California and beyond. The Wallis Annenberg Crossing broke ground in 2022 and is advancing toward completion in 2026. Building on significant historic preservation efforts, we are reconnecting a vital habitat corridor to help save the local population of mountain lions and ensure a future for all wildlife in the Santa Monica Mountains.