A Saratoga resident found a 60-pound mountain lion roaming around Thursday.
The resident notified authorities and the female feline was sedated, triaged, tagged and released to Fremont Alder Open Space.
**Update**Big thanks to the Saratoga resident who notified us of a 60lb, female mountain lion in the area of Parker Ranch Rd. @CaliforniaDFW & https://t.co/eKMgzxpr31 sedated, triaged, tagged & released the 🦁 to Fremont Alder Open Space. Great Work All! pic.twitter.com/uQH2SIc31n— SantaClaraCoSheriff (@SCCoSheriff) March 8, 2019
**Alert**Residents in Cupertino and Saratoga please be aware of mountain lions and coyotes. We have received a few calls related to these animals. This photo was recently taken at sighting in Saratoga. pic.twitter.com/LUqMCNjOkK— SantaClaraCoSheriff (@SCCoSheriff) March 7, 2019
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