New video shows wild jaguar roaming in southern Arizona
WILLCOX, Ariz. (AP) - Wildlife conservationists have released new video footage showing what is believed to be one of three jaguars to be seen in the United States in the past few years. The Center for Biological Diversity released the video taken this summer on Thursday, saying the big cat was the same one first seen on camera in November 2016. The video also shows a black bear, deer, mountain lion, coati and black bear cub passing through.
Curiosity saves the cat: Tourism helps reinvent the jaguar
From villain to hero, the jaguar (Panthera onca) stands at the cusp of a radical overhaul in its public image. As the largest cat in the Americas, the species commands a dominant role in the food chain of its native Pantanal – a vast swathe of tropical wetland that encompasses parts of Brazil, Paraguay and …
How Factory Farms Are Pushing the Jaguar to Extinction
Intensive farming is not only cruel to farm animals, but is having a devastating impact on the world's most iconic wildlife. The following excerpt is from Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were, by Philip Lymbery (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2017)Saving Brazil’s jaguars from the relentless march of soya
Elusive Jaguar Glimpsed in AZ Could be Game Changer
PHOENIX - A new jaguar sighting in Arizona is raising lots of questions. It's the third big cat caught on camera prowling the state since 2012. The photo is little more than a glimpse, a partial image of a jaguar wandering the Dos Cabezas mountains, but it was enough for wildlife experts to know they've never seen this cat before. ...
Another new jaguar spotted in S. Arizona mountains
A previously unknown jaguar is prowling the mountains of Southern Arizona, officials confirmed — the second documented within months and the third photographed here since 2012. The big cat was photographed by a trail camera in November in the Dos Cabezas Mountains, about 60 miles north of the border.
Despite New Jaguars in United States, Feds Release Plan to Recover Endangered Jaguars Only in Mexico
SILVER CITY — Just weeks after the news broke of a new jaguar in the United States, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today released a draft jaguar recovery plan that puts the onus of recovery of northern jaguars entirely on Mexico.
Khao Kiew Open Zoo receives rare black jaguar ahead of New Year's - Pattaya Mail
CHONBURI – Khao Kiew Open Zoo is inviting members of the public to view its newest addition for the New Year’s holiday, a black jaguar from the United Arab Emirates. Khao Kiew Open Zoo of Chonburi province has held a press tour headed by its Deputy Director Attaporn Sriheran to introduce its new black jaguar. […]
US, Mexico wildlife officials draft jaguar recovery plan
A team of wildlife officials in the United States and Mexico on Monday released details of a proposed recovery plan for the endangered jaguar, prompting criticism from environmental groups who say more needs to be done to restore a breeding population of the elusive cats north of the border.
If Trump Builds That Wall, He'll Keep Out More Than Illegals. Second Jaguar Prowls Arizona
PHOENIX - Taking advantage of the lack of fencing on the US Arizona border, a second Jaguar from Mexico has been confirmed to have wandered into Southern Arizona. It was perhaps inevitable, that the most powerful cat in the Americas would conflict with the most powerful man in the Americas, who has vowed to build a wall across the United States' so...
Photo may show a new wild jaguar in S. Arizona
A photo taken last week by a trail camera in the Huachuca Mountains may be of a previously unknown jaguar roaming Southern Arizona. The big cat captured in the picture may be a different individual than "El Jefe," the jaguar photographed in the Santa Ritas south of Tucson and the only known wild jaguar in the country.
We’re Obsessed With Mayke the Jaguar Tracker
Meet Mayke! This Belgian Malinois works with scientists to study El Jefe, the only known wild jaguar in the United States. Her human companion is biologist Chris Bugbee, who studies El Jefe (Spanish for “the boss”) for Conservation CATalyst, a partner of the Center for Biological Diversity. The two track the jaguar in the Santa …