• Ever get up close & personal with a mountain lion?

    On February 26th the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History will open an exhibition called “Living with Mountain Lions.” They would like to get photos of mountain lions from the public, with notes about where and when they took their photos. Museum staff plans to put these on a large bulletin board, and tie them into a map of Monterey County and/or California, whenever possible. “We’re also interested in collecting first-person stories about mountain lion encounters, also for possible inclusion,” said Annie Holdren, Exhibitions Curator.

    To be included, or for more information, email Annie Holdren <holdren@pgmuseum.org> or call the Museum at 648-5716.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on January 17, 2011

    Topics: Current Edition, Front PG News

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