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By David F. Bezold  This mountain lion’s favorite spot is a large rock formation where he rests in the late afternoon. I waited patiently until he stared directly at me.

By David F. Bezold This mountain lion’s favorite spot is a large rock formation where he rests in the late afternoon. I waited patiently until he stared directly at me.

Mountain Lions are very beautiful but illusive.  I have only seen one in the zoo because you don't want to see one in person unless you are inside looking out.  When we lived in Arizona (about 5,000 feet up and full of boulders) some of the people in our little town would talk of them drinking from their backyard ponds.  Or crossing the highway.

Mountain Lions are very beautiful but illusive. I have only seen one in the zoo because you don't want to see one in person unless you are inside looking out. When we lived in Arizona (about 5,000 feet up and full of boulders) some of the people in our little town would talk of them drinking from their backyard ponds. Or crossing the highway.

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Give the Tush a Push!!! With a little help from a sibling . . . a cheetah tries to climb a tree. It is rare for cheetahs to climb trees. They can jump onto low hanging branches and fallen trees, but adult cheetahs are not good climbers.

Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean. John Muir Take a course in good water and air; and in the eternal youth of Nature you may renew your own....

Mama has big paws !!

An Apology to My Children; From a Misbehaving Mom...

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