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Film: Treeline

Patagonia Films presents: Treeline. Follow a group of skiers, snowboarders, scientists, and healers to the birch forests of Japan, the red cedars of British Columbia, and the bristlecones of Nevada as they explore an ancient story written in rings.

Friday Catblogging: Jaguars Could Make Make a Southwestern Comeback

Embed from Getty Images Coral Murphy Marcos reports Jaguars could be reintroduced in US south-west, study says: Jaguars could be reintroduced in the south-western US, where hunting and habitat loss led to the big cats’ extinction, a new study says. Scientists and other environmentalists make the case for bringing back the third-largest big cat, after tigers…

Friday Catblogging: Cat-cus

“Catcus?” You may be cool, but you’ll never be bobcat sitting in a cactus cool. Perched on a saguaro, this bobcat finds itself in a sticky situation @OrganPipeNPS. Perhaps it’s scanning the landscape for dinner or just enjoys lookin’ sharp? #NationalParkWeek pic.twitter.com/HLXXC4II74 — National Park Service (@NatlParkService) April 22, 2021 See also Bobcat in a…

Friday Catblogging: A Cougar in Utah

Anastasia Tsioulcas reports Man Escapes Cougar: ‘Dude, I Don’t Feel Like Dying Today’: Twenty-six-year-old Kyle Burgess was on a 10-mile run on Saturday up Slate Canyon in Provo, Utah. He told the Deseret News that when he saw four cougar cubs on the trail, he took out his phone and started filming. But when Burgess…

Friday Catblogging: Santa Monica Mountains Are Experiencing a ‘Summer of Kittens’

The National Park Service writes The Santa Monica Mountains Are Experiencing a “Summer of Kittens”: THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.— It’s been one mountain lion kitten den after another this summer for National Park Service biologists in the Santa Monica Mountains and Simi Hills. In total, 13 kittens were born to five mountain lion mothers between May…