Miguel Ordeñana

Senior Manager of Community Science at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

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Wildlife biologist and educator at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Miguel Ordeñana on KCRW

LA’s favorite cougar, P-22, has risen to fame over the last decade or so. Miguel Ordeñana first caught him on camera roaming Griffith Park in 2012.

P-22 gained LA fame thanks to biologist who discovered him

LA’s favorite cougar, P-22, has risen to fame over the last decade or so. Miguel Ordeñana first caught him on camera roaming Griffith Park in 2012.

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