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Tukwut, is the Luiseño word for cougar or mountain lion.  The Luiseño Indians are a federally recognized tribe, located in northern San Diego County.

Artist:  Duncan Yves McKiernan

Location:  Palomares House Sculpture Garden, Fallbrook Land Conservancy – 1815 S. Stage Coach Lane

The first sculpture placement at the Palomares House Sculpture Garden pays tribute to our region’s mountain lion population.   

About the Artist:  Duncan lived in Port Angeles, Washington and created many bronze public monuments placed through the West and Northwest.  

Donors: Ingold Family Foundation, Angel Society of Fallbrook, Mickey & Dawne Goodwin McCullough, Vince & Joy Ross, Dr. Joseph & Martha Choi, Al & Donna Gebhart, Otis & Linda Heald, Al & Flo Pinamonti, William & Helene Ross, Wallace & Karen Tucker, Jim & Ree Tudor, Tom & Kathy Van Dyke, and Ken Westlake

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