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Three 10-day old mountain lion kittens belonging to P1, a female mountain lion enlisted in our research study, were documented in the Glen Ellen / Kenwood vicinity of Sonoma County, marking the first offspring born to a subject of the study.
 
On March 13th, ACR’s Fire Ecology Program successfully conducted its planned pile burns for the year. The burns significantly reduced hazardous fuel loads near our southern property boundary, reducing wildfire risk, improving public safety, and preparing for a successful, low-intensity controlled burn in the future.
 
We humans have come up with some poetic collective nouns for animals. A murder of crows. A parliament of owls. So it seems we missed the proverbial lily pad when we describe the millions of frogs that welcome spring with their delightful chorus.
 

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