Saving Jaguar

Author: John Egan
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781907085314
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This book tells the story of how John Egan gradually overcame the odds and, piece by piece, rebuilt this great company. winning over the workforce, the overseas dealers, and most importantly, the customers.

Jaguar S Shadow

Author: Richard Mahler
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 030015593X
Size: 62.85 MB
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... CA 96145 650-430-4089 www.rainforest2reef.org (Jaguars in U.S. zoos)
American Zoo and Aquarium Association www.jaguarssp.org Programme for
Belize/Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area P.O. Box 749 Belize City,
Belize 501-227-5616 www.pfbelize.org/facilities.html Tikal National Park El Petén
, Guatemala www.tikalpark.com Some Organizations and Agencies Involved in
Saving Jaguars Arizona Game and Fish Department, Jaguar Conservation
Project 5000 W.

People And Wildlife Conflict Or Co Existence

Author: Rosie Woodroffe
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139445627
Size: 76.35 MB
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Hunting of other wildlife species that jaguars needed as food also predisposed
jaguars towards livestock depredation, particularly when the abundance of key
prey species was significantly reduced (Aranda 2002; Nunez et al. 2002; Polisar
et al. 2003). Despite efforts to study and protect jaguars, by the 1990s the future
of jaguar conservation seemed bleak for a myriad of reasons: (1) Existing
protected areas were not, by themselves, saving jaguars throughout their range.
Despite the ...

The Carnivore Way

Author: Cristina Eisenberg
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 161091208X
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Their resulting analysis, which included mapping the spatial extent of jaguar
knowledge and the status of existing populations, enabled them to determine that
, for borderland jaguars, what happens in Sonora is critical to their long-term
survival. But beyond such insights, the importance of this WCS effort lies in the
understanding that saving jaguars requires international, rangewide planning
that prioritizes efforts based on ecological importance.48 On a grassroots level in
Sonora, ...

Jaguars

Author: Darlene R. Stille
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9780756500559
Size: 18.69 MB
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Darlene R. Stille. Table of Contents Meet the Jaguar What Do Jaguars Look Like
? Where Do Jaguars Live? What Do Jaguars Eat? A Jaguar Family Jaguar Tales
Jaguars in Danger Saving the Jaguar Glossary Did You Know? At a Glance Want
to Know More? Index . .. Meet the Jaguar.

Wild Things Wild Places

Author: Jane Alexander
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0385354371
Size: 54.94 MB
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They won independence from England only in 1981 and Belizean politicians
were still finding their way. The Beliz. ean Audubon Society was formed in 1969,
however, as an offshoot of Florida Audubon. The abundant bird life in Belize was
well known to birders, and Belize Audubon was interested in preserving
important areas in the country. Alan had his first partners in BAS for the
preservation of Cockscomb. If saving Jaguars in the forest was frustrating, saving
them on paper was ...

An Indomitable Beast

Author: Alan Rabinowitz
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610912276
Size: 11.87 MB
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Enhanced with maps, tables, and color plates, An Indomitable Beast brings important new research to life for scientists, anthropologists, and animal lovers alike.This book is not only about jaguars, but also about tenacity and survival.

Animals Alive

Author: DK
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 1405367164
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Solution: Jaguar corridor Jaguar corridors are not only good for jaguars – they
also preserve the habitat for other rainforest species. By saving jaguars,
conservationists also protect many other animals. Instead of poaching jaguars
and illegally trading in their fur or bones, local people are given alternative
employment. Some are training to become guides for groups trekking through the
rainforest. 40% Jaguars have been driven out of of their historical range. 23 NT
can sound like a ...

The Jaguar

Author: T. Jefferson Parker
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101559713
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—Do you have your clothes in this? —Clothes and other things. —Things that
float. —Thank you for saving my life. —Thank you for saving mine. Hood and
Juan pulled the suitcase a few yards farther up the beach and lay back on either
side of it. For a long while they were silent. Another flare lit the darkening sky to
the north. Hood sat up and looked around for a road or trail leading back to
Tuxpan, but o saw neither. He guessed they were three miles away, THE
JAGUAR [167]

The Jaguar

Author: Ann Malaspina
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781560068136
Size: 44.87 MB
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A veterinarian is required to be present during the capture of a jaguar. The
jaguars are then fitted with radio collars, which will help the researchers track
them and learn more about their movements, home range requirements, and
habitat preferences. Meanwhile, the hunters come home with an experience not
so different than if they had hunted the jaguar for sport, and perhaps a new
commitment to saving the animal. jaguar faces multiple threats, including habitat
degradation and ...