Orange County Transportation Corridor Agencies Invest in Fencing to Protect Mountain Lions

KABC News reports that the Orange County Transportation Corridor Agencies have installed six-and-a-half miles of fencing — at a cost of $10 million – along both sides of the 241 toll road in Orange County to try to prevent mountain lions from trying to cross the road. The report notes that, “On the 241 toll road in Orange County, for example, 10 mountain lions have been killed since it opened in 1998.”