Biologists working in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area have been tracking mountain lions that have been affected by recent wildfires. Here is an update on P-65, one of the 11 mountain lions impacted by the Woolsey Fire: "P-65 is a young female that is one of the 11 mountain lions we were tracking in or around the fire perimeter when the Woolsey Fire broke out. She managed to survive the fire, but her entire home range is within the burn area, so we've been interested to learn how she might change her movements, if at all. It's been a few months now and she continues to spend all of her time within the fire perimeter, likely finding unburned portions and opportunities to prey on mule deer in the area. She mostly sticks to the coastal areas west of Las Virgenes Road. Our biologist recently recaptured her to replace her radio collar and reported that she's looking healthy and weighed in at 85 lbs! This photo is from that recent capture. -Ranger Kate"