Securing the side beams to the enclosure

Panthera Field Technician, Ever Urbina, and Field Scientist, Daniel Corrales, fixing one of the side beams to the foundation of the enclosure. These beams are placed high along the side of the enclosure walls to prevent jaguars from jumping over and into the livestock corral.

Read "Panthera’s Guide to Building a Livestock Corral" from our October 2010 newsletter at www.panthera.org/november-2010-newsletter.

Learn more about the work Panthera’s Costa Rica team is doing at pantheracostarica.org/.

Also read about our jaguar conservation work in other countries through our Jaguar Corridor Initiative - www.panthera.org/programs/jaguar/jaguar-corridor-initiative - and Pantanal Jaguar Project - www.panthera.org/programs/jaguar/pantanal-jaguar-project.

© Josephine Dusapin