Animal Fact Guide
At Animal Fact Guide, you can learn about interesting and endangered animals from around the world. Each fact sheet features an animal’s physical characteristics, habitat (with a distribution map), diet, breeding patterns, unique traits and behavior, and when applicable, conservation and tips on what you can do to help.
Panthera has brought together the world’s leading wild cat experts to direct and implement effective conservation strategies for the world’s largest and most endangered cats: tigers, lions, jaguars and snow leopards. Our approach to wild cat conservation is rooted in science and based upon decades of first hand field experience.
Washington Dept of Fish & Wildlife
From bats to woodpeckers, Living with Wildlife is all about coexisting with the animals commonly found in gardens, ponds, attics, and other places where humans and wildlife cross paths throughout Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia.
“…A rock band making rock music.” That’s how Cougars, if prodded, would describe what they are. That’s how your dad and his drinking buddies, if prodded harder, would describe what they are.
The Cougars Band
The Cougars Band is a group of 6 musicians and one incredible sound man that likes to play high energy music and have FUN. Fronted by 3 female lead singers, the band specializes in rock and roll, and popular songs with lots of harmonies. On vocals: Steph, Anna and Suzan. Eric on Bass, Kurt on Drums, Ryan on Guitar and Steph does double duty on Keyboard. Come see us. You'll have a good time.
Cougar's Leap Winery
Nestled in the Red Hills of Lake County, California, at an elevation of 2,300 feet are Black Rock Ranch and Cougar's Leap Winery. The ranch is named after the large deposits of shiny obsidian rock exposed throughout the volcanic soils. The winery is named for the wild cougars that roam the hills to this day ~ so follow the tracks.