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On the evening of August 14, a female Great Egret outfitted with a GPS tag and identified in ACR's study as GREG_3 lifted off from Chileno Valley and flew east, all the way to the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills between the towns of Galt and Ione.
 
Recent footage retrieved from a feeding site revealed that two of the three kittens belonging to P1, an 11 year old female mountain lion, had survived to the 4-month mark. In this video, one of the kittens make tentative attempt to feed on the buck.
 
Wildcare, a Bay Area leader in wildlife rehabilitation and environmental education, has recognized ACR Director of Education Gwen Heistand as an environmental educator of the highest caliber after receiving nearly 50 letters of support from members of the environmental education community.
 

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