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Articles written by Ana Beatriz Cholo

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  • Video Shows Lion Chased a Lion into the 405 Freeway, Causing his Death

    Ana Beatriz Cholo, Natl Park Service|Sep 23, 2019

    Dramatic new surveillance video shows mountain lion P-61 getting chased by a male uncollared lion minutes before he was struck by traffic and killed on the 405 Freeway early on the morning of September 7, National Park Service biologists say. The first grainy black and white video clip, with a timestamp of 3:09 a.m., shows P-61 being chased by another mountain lion and climbing into a tree. More than two minutes go by before the other lion climbs up the same tree P-61 is in. The second video...

  • National Park Service Hosting Three Events on National Trails Day, June 2, 2018

    Ana Beatriz Cholo, SMMNRA

    Every year on the first Saturday of June, thousands of people gather across the country to work on protecting and maintaining public trails. The annual event is called National Trails Day, and this year on June 2, the National Park Service will be hosting two opportunities in Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and one at the Audubon Center at Debs Park in Los Angeles. "The 500 miles of trails in the recreation area are the main attraction for most of our visitors," said Ryan Stead,...

  • Milken Names 15 High School Seniors as Scholarship Recipients

    Ana Beatriz Cholo, Milken Family Foundation|Jul 18, 2016

    Santa Monica, CA (July 11, 2016) – The Milken Scholars, a joint initiative of the Milken Institute and the Milken Family Foundation, has selected 15 exceptional Los Angeles-area high school seniors as 2016 Milken Scholars. The Scholars were chosen based on academic performance, community service, leadership and their ability to persevere in the face of challenges. "We're honored to welcome these exceptional students to the Scholars family," said Mike Milken, who cofounded the program with his wi...