Happy Earth Day from Felidae.


Show your support for a healthy planet today by supporting our work to preserve wild felid species and healthy habitats.
Resetting the course for nature's threatened felid species starts with supporting our research and education programs that raise awareness and bring new insights to wild cat behaviors and ecology Read more 
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Thank you for all your support. 


From the Felidae Staff and 


Z Sig_August 2010 

Zara McDonald


Support the Tsavo Cheetah Project 

for Earth Day! 

The Tsavo Cheetah Project (TCP) works to protect and conserve the cheetahs in and surrounding the Tsavo East National Park in Kenya  through conducting research on their population and conservation status, while addressing threats to their survival. 

We're raising funds for transportation costs that will enable the project to continue monitoring cheetahs throughout this large expanse, as well as with our current conservation programs. The goal amount of $1,500 will allow us to continue with these critical activities.



Common Ground
Earth Day issue of Common Ground is out. 
See the cover story:
The Mountain Lions Among Us.

 East Bay Puma Project 


We are proud to announce the launch of the East Bay Puma Project, phase 2 of the Bay Area Puma Project. The puma pictured above is F1.


Visit eastbaypumaproject.org and stay tuned for updates! 


CAT Aware Program Launched in East Bay 
Felidae brings important Conservation Education to schools 


Since inception in 2010 Felidae's CAT Aware Teaching Program has educated over 18,000 elementary school, middle school and high school students in the San Francisco Bay Area region on mountain lion and bobcat ecology, their significance in ecosystems preservation, and how human development is impacting mountain lion and bobcat populations. Due to the tremendous 

success of the program, this year CAT Aware has fully launched in the East Bay. 


school kids field trip


 Learn more about the CAT Aware Education Program

To bring CAT Aware to your school, email info@felidaefund.org

DONATE NOW  100% of your donation goes to cat conservation
Upcoming Events 

Sat and Sun, April 26-27
10am-4pm, both days
Mount Diablo State Park


Saturday, April 26
11am-4pm, both days
Big Basin Redwoods State Park in Boulder Creek, CA 

Sponsor a Camera for You or a Loved One For EARTH DAY
Gain access to what we see on a monthly basis 
Camera Trap - Bear in Napa County

One of the critical monitoring tools Felidae uses in the Bay Area Puma Project is the camera trap - a motion-activated camera that allows us to monitor cats and other wildlife remotely and non-invasively. 


A minimum donation of $350 provides you with first hand access to the images captured by Felidae's camera traps. These stations are windows into the world of elusive mountain lions and bobcats. 


You will have the option to even choose the part of the Bay Area and to help us set-up the camera in the field!


Email info@felidaefund.org to Sponsor a Camera!

Thank you to Oakland Zoo for Supporting the Bay Area Puma Project!
Quarters for Conservation Raises over $100,000 for Animals in the Wild

Read more here

Support Felidae with ZERO extra effort by shopping on AmazonSmile!
It's the same Amazon you know and love, but a percentage of your purchase will go towards wild cat conservation! 
Go to smile.amazon.com and find Felidae Conservation Fund to get started.


Sign-Up for the California Puma License Plate
100% of all proceeds from the Puma Plate will go directly to puma research and education throughout California!

Go to
for more information and to SIGN-UP!
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