It's the second mountain lion sighting in the Berkeley hills in the past two months.
A lab employee saw the feline Wednesday around 7 p.m.
A mountain lion ventured onto UC Berkeley's Clark Kerr Campus early Monday morning, authorities report.
UCPD says a UC Berkeley employee was walking on the pathway between Bowles Lot and Foothill Lot on Tuesday at 5 p.m. when she spotted a mountain lion cub.
UC Berkeley Police sent out safety tips Monday afternoon after a Sunday sighting in the hills.
In the past few months, hikers and walkers have spotted mountain lions three times. Often the animals are hunting for some of their favorite foods, which include turkeys and deer.
A mountain lion was seen in Berkeley on Wednesday not far from UC Berkeley, campus police have announced.
UC Berkeley Police have issued an alert about a possible mountain lion sighting on Berkeley Lab property.
Mountain lion tracks have been sighted in the Claremont Canyon Regional Preserve, according to Tom Stienstra, writing in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Concerns about mountain lions prowling the Berkeley hills are mounting with new reported sightings and the posting of signs alerting local residents to their possible presence.
Update, 2:31pm: Authorities have determined that the mountain lion has moved on, Lab staff who had been told to shelter in place have been given the all-clear, and McMillan Road has been reopened, according to Lab spokesperson Jon Weiner.
Staff at the Berkeley Lab are being warned to avoid walking or jogging alone and using isolated walkways at dusk or nighttime after a female mountain lion with her cubs was sighted between Buildings 65 and 88 at around 5:00 am this morning.