FILE - This undated file photo provided by the National Park Service shows a mountain lion, known as P-45, that is believed to be responsible for the recent killings of livestock near Malibu, Calif. Mountain lions that kill pets and livestock in Southern California will no longer automatically be targeted for death. The policy came under fire in 2016 after a Malibu rancher received a permit to shoot a mountain lion that had killed nearly a dozen alpacas.
FILE - This undated file photo provided by the National Park Service shows a mountain lion, known as P-45, that is believed to be responsible for the recent killings of livestock near Malibu, Calif. Mountain lions that kill pets and livestock in Southern California will no longer automatically be targeted for death. The policy came under fire in 2016 after a Malibu rancher received a permit to shoot a mountain lion that had killed nearly a dozen alpacas. National Park Service via AP, File)
FILE - This undated file photo provided by the National Park Service shows a mountain lion, known as P-45, that is believed to be responsible for the recent killings of livestock near Malibu, Calif. Mountain lions that kill pets and livestock in Southern California will no longer automatically be targeted for death. The policy came under fire in 2016 after a Malibu rancher received a permit to shoot a mountain lion that had killed nearly a dozen alpacas. National Park Service via AP, File)

California reduces automatic kill permits for mountain lions

January 03, 2018 11:17 PM

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