Archive for November, 2008

Donkey Deterrents

November 24, 2008


The current Audubon mag has the folllowing blurb about the use of donkeys as predator control agents vs. jaguars in Belize. It’s not the most dignified vision of el tigre but, hey, if it works… (more…)

Mexican Jaguar to the Phoenix Zoo

November 22, 2008


Here’s a link to a pretty good article on the recent arrival and surgery on a northern Mexico jaguar at the (more…)

Southern Mexico jaguars

November 10, 2008


Even though this blog is mostly about the jaguars of the Southwest US and Northern Mexico, we all know that (more…)

Emil McCain on YouTube

November 7, 2008

While farting around online I came across this video from Reuters all about the border fence and jaguars and (more…)

New predation paper from Northern Mexico

November 7, 2008

I found this article interesting especially the finding that just 3 jaguars were responsible for 91% of the (more…)

A real treat for jaguar lovers

November 6, 2008


Howdy- Sorry for the lack of posts. We went to Yellowstone in September and it was so incredibly devoid of animals (the Hayden Valley had exactly 3 Canada Geese, for example) that I haven’t been the same since. 😉 (more…)