Together we celebrated World Jaguar Day last week with Turtle Southern from the Northern Jaguar Project and Randy Serraglio from the Center for Biological Diversity. They both shared inspiring stories of jaguars roaming across the borderlands and discussed conservation opportunities for jaguars in both the U.S. and Mexico.
Randy shared many fascinating facts about jaguars including how they are the third largest cat in the world, the only cat that roars in the Americas, and are known to eat more than 115 different prey species even though they prefer javelina and white-tailed deer. Watch Randy’s Coffee Break presentation on jaguar conservation below on how mining and border wall construction are major threats to jaguar recovery in the U.S.
Join us for the next Virtual Coffee Break on Thursday, June 25, 2020 on for a bilingual presentation on The Next Generation of Sky Island Leaders. Register for the webinar here.