Archive for November, 2007

Roberto Aguilar Q&A

November 29, 2007


I’m very pleased to present this Q&A with Roberto Aguilar, the Director of Conservation and Science for the Phoenix Zoo. I think you’ll enjoy his answers and I thank him for taking the time to answer my questions.


  1. Please tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to be involved with wildlife conservation.

I was a clinical zoo veterinarian for 20 years before becoming involved in conservation through The Phoenix Zoo. After a while in clinical practice, you start wondering if what you are doing, by simply taking care of (more…)

Juan Carlos Bravo Q&A

November 7, 2007



I’m very pleased to present this Q&A with Juan Carlos Bravo, Naturalia’s representative for Northwest Mexico. JC is one of the friendliest and most interesting jaguar people you’ll ever meet. I thank him for his answers and I believe you’ll enjoy his answers.

1. How did you end up working in the conservation field?

My professional training is in Graphic Communication. But my interest in Nature and science goes way back to my childhood. (more…)

Sierra Vista paper on the border fence

November 5, 2007

Here are links to the first two of three articles about the border fence, written in the Sierra Vista, AZ paper. Worth a read, for nothing else than to experience the purple rhetoric thrown around by some of the biologically ignorant. Here’s a link to part 3.