Mountain lion, cub spotted at Audubon Canyon Ranch in Sonoma Co.

SONOMA, Calif. (KGO) -- Audubon Canyon Ranch is reporting that a mother mountain lion, known as P1, and her only surviving kitten were just spotted on surveillance cameras on the premises.

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Police perched on rooftops in San Francisco's Diamond Heights neighborhood for hours on Friday, but they were not searching for a bad guy or even a person at all. All the commotion was over wildlife in the city -- a mountain lion that made itself right at home mere feet from the doorstep of an apartment complex.

P1 and her cub were caught on camera near Bennett Valley, Sonoma in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

The cameras were placed by Dr. Quinton Martins after their other equipment was destroyed in the North Bay Fires.

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Researchers say the cub is 8 months old and appears to be very healthy. The duo was spotted feasting on a big buck that was taken down by P1 just a few days prior.

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