P-75 is the newest mountain lion to join the National Park Service’s study of mountain lions in the Santa Monica Mountains. The young, 50-pound female was discovered up a tree on June 26, in a Pacific Palisades trailer park. The Los Angeles Police Department secured the scene and the lion was safely tranquilized and removed by California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) officers and biologists. In a coordinated effort, CDFW and the National Park Service outfitted the young lion with a GPS tracking collar and identification tag in her ear. After the tranquilizer wore off, the lion was safely released into the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, where she becomes the 75th lion to join the study overall and the tenth active, collared mountain lion in the Santa Monica Mountains.