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Adorable mountain lion kittens caught on camera in Napa County

Mountain lion in Napa County caught on camera at her den

A mountain lion (P4) was captured on a remote video camera in the Napa County area on Saturday. She stretched as one of her three kittens called out for her.
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A mountain lion (P4) was captured on a remote video camera in the Napa County area on Saturday. She stretched as one of her three kittens called out for her.

In a thrill that comes in time for Mother’s Day, mountain lion kittens were discovered and caught on camera in Napa County over the weekend by Audubon Canyon Ranch researchers.

The 7-month-old babies belong to a female mountain lion the researchers named P4, and the family has been hanging out near the city of Oakville.

High-resolution cameras captured the young mountain lions on camera in Napa County.

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High-resolution cameras captured a couple of the young mountain lions on camera in Napa County. Sacramento

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High-resolution cameras captured a couple of the young mountain lions on camera in Napa County. Sacramento

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High-resolution cameras captured a couple of the young mountain lions on camera in Napa County. Sacramento

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Three 10-day-old mountain lion kittens were also found in Sonoma County and photographed in April. Their mother is P1, a female mountain lion also enlisted in Audubon Canyon Ranch's research study.

Three 10-day-old mountain lion kittens were found in Sonoma County. Their mother is P1, a female mountain lion enlisted in Audubon Canyon Ranch's research study. They were found in the Glen Ellen/Kenwood area of Sonoma County.

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