Jaguar

08 Jun

Photo of the Day

Panthera

This image of a mother and cubs is one of the first photos of jaguars in a Colombian oil palm plantation taken by Panthera's camera traps. Placed in the Magdalena River valley, these camera traps were set to gather new data about the impact of Colombia’s ever-increasing oil palm plantations on jaguars. Panthera’s scientists are working to understand the implications of these habitat changes on jaguars and their ability to travel and reproduce, as well as the impacts palm plantations have on their prey species.

See more photos of these Jaguars in the Colombian oil palm plantaiton.

06 Jun

Press Release: First Photos Ever Of Jaguars In Colombian Oil Palm Plantation Taken With Panthera's Camera Traps

Panthera

New York, NY - Panthera's camera traps recently produced the first photographic evidence of wild jaguars with cubs in an oil palm plantation in Colombia, including photos of two male jaguars and a female jaguar with cubs (left and below), and a video of a jaguar male.

Placed in the Magdalena River valley, these camera traps were set to gather new data about the impact of Colombia's ever-increasing oil palm plantations on jaguars. Panthera's scientists are working to understand the implications of these habitat changes on jaguars and their ability to travel and reproduce, as well as the impacts palm plantations have on their prey species.

10 May

Panthera’s Raffle: Support Jaguar Conservation and Win a Stay for Two at an Eco-Friendly Resort in Yucatan, Mexico

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Through a generous donation from our partners at Bare Essentials Magazine and The Maya Foundation in Laakeech, we are pleased to offer Panthera’s supporters an opportunity to win a vacation for two at The Hacienda Chichen Resort & Eco-Spa in Yucatan, Mexico while supporting Panthera’s jaguar conservation initiatives!

This exclusive prize, valued at $1,200, includes:

12 Apr

Vital Evidence: A Jaguar Camera Trap Photo

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Costa Rica, ‘the Rich Coast,’ is often rightly associated as a highly desired vacation hub, distinguished by its beautiful beaches, ecotourism operations and tropical jungles that are home to thousands of animal and plant species, including multiple healthy populations of the Americas’ largest cat – the jaguar.

12 Mar

New York Times Blog Post References Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative

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Last week, a New York Times Green blog post discussed 'A Jail Term for Jaguar Smugglers' who were arrested for selling four jaguar skins to undercover U.S. Fish & Wildlife agents in Texas and Florida, and recently sentenced to one year and one day in prison. At the time of their arrest, the smugglers had also offered 10 more jaguar skins to the undercover agents.

06 Mar

Press Release: Honduran Government Makes Historic Commitment to Protect Jaguars

Panthera

New York, NY – A significant victory was made for the future of the jaguar last week in Tegucigalpa with the establishment of Honduras’ first ever National Jaguar Conservation Plan by the Honduran government and wild cat conservation group, Panthera.

05 Mar

First Panthera Camera Trap Photos of a Jaguar Taken in Nicaragua

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Situated in the heart of Central America, Nicaragua is one of the 18 countries that is home to Americas’ largest cat – the elusive jaguar. Nicaragua serves as a crucial link in the Jaguar Corridor, connecting jaguar populations in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras to all jaguar populations to the south of the country.

15 Dec

National Geographic Films Feature Panthera’s Jaguar and Cougar Conservation Programs

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As part of ‘Big Cat Week,’ National Geographic WILD has debuted two new films featuring Panthera's jaguar projects in Belize and Brazil, and the Teton Cougar Project, run in partnership with Craighead Beringia South. Hunt for the Shadow Cat, which features Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative and Pantanal Jaguar Project, will be aired this evening at 10pm et/pt.

13 Dec

Panthera’s Dr. Howard Quigley Discusses Jaguars & Cougars on Wild About Pets

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Panthera’s Executive Director of Jaguar Programs and Teton Cougar Project Director, Dr. Howard Quigley, was recently interviewed on the Wild About Pets radio show. Watch a pictorial video of this interview to learn about the Americas’ two biggest cats – jaguars and cougars. Find out what makes jaguars and cougars so remarkable and learn about the critical roles they play in balancing ecosystems for other animal species, and humans.

09 Dec

Panthera’s Dr. Howard Quigley, to be Interviewed on Wild about Pets – Friday, Dec. 9, 1pm EST

Panthera

Panthera’s Executive Director of Jaguar Programs and Teton Cougar Project Director, Dr. Howard Quigley, will be interviewed on the Wild About Pets radio show today at 1 p.m. EST (12 p.m. CDT). Tune in to hear Dr. Quigley discuss fascinating details about the Americas’ two largest cats – the jaguar and the cougar – including where they live, how they survive, reproduce, and interact with other large predators and human communities, and much more. Learn about common misconceptions about jaguars and cougars, the benefits of conserving these big cats, why they come into conflicts with humans, and what Panthera is doing to mitigate these conflicts.