Defenders has been working to conserve jaguars in Mexico and the United States for more than a decade. In Mexico, we played a major role in creating, supporting and guiding the Northern Jaguar Project, which works to sustain the most northern known breeding population of jaguars in the Americas.

Click below to read the report.

http://www.defenders.org/sites/default/files/publications/jaguar-dow-report-2017.pdf

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