Recent jaguar sightings have given new hope and added a sense of renewed urgency to the jaguar recovery effort in the United States.
Posts By: Rob Peters
To give ocelots at chance at recovery in the U.S. we need to connect, protect, and expand their habitat.
With one of the richest concentrations of biodiversity in the U.S., the Mountain Empire is a sanctuary for imperiled species. But even a sanctuary can be threatened.
What happens when a Canadian mining company wants to dig a huge open-pit copper mine on U.S. public land, right where the only jaguar in the U.S. lives? The government agency charged with protecting the animal gives it the thumbs up. Wait – what?
With one solitary jaguar back in the U.S., and plans in the works to move its conservation forward, could we soon see a real return of this long-absent native species?