Mountain lion at Red Hill

Remote trail cam captures big cat in action

As we monitor and research the habitat at Red Hill to determine future conservation strategies, we find some really cool stuff on our trail cameras. For instance, these shots of a mountain lion captured just a few days ago. Big thanks to our wildlife biologist friends at Colibiri Consulting for catching this moment on camera.

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A wildife camera trap catches a glimpse of a mature mountain lion from behind as it makes its way through a redwood forest.
A wildife camera trap catches a glimpse of a mature mountain lion from behind as it makes its way through a redwood forest.
A wildife camera trap catches a glimpse of a mature mountain lion from behind as it makes its way through a redwood forest.

 


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Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected and restored redwood forests and connected people with their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish.


Defiant Redwood of the Week: Stagg Tree

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The Stagg Tree is the fifth largest known tree in the world, centuries old. The League acquired this great tree as part of its recent acquisition of Alder Creek. At eye level, it has so many scars on its trunk from fire and weather that it’s hard to imagine what the original tree looked like. At some point, fire got through the bark of this massive tree and carved out a tunnel that now stands as some kind of flying buttress. But the tree lives on, growing wider and taller.

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