AZGFD biologists and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determined that a jaguar recently captured on a trail video camera in the Chiricahua Mountains is male.
Scientists at the AZGFD completed an analyses of trail cam photos of a jaguar and confirmed that the animal has not been seen previously in Arizona.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department and the U.S. Fish, Wildlife Service recently received a photograph of a jaguar taken by a trail camera.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has been receiving inquiries from concerned hunters about the impact the recent designation of jaguar critical habitat in southern Arizona will have on hunting in the designated area.
Janay Brun, 39, of Sasabe, Ariz., admitted to committing an Attempted Take of an Endangered Species, which is a violation of the Endangered Species Act…
The Department’s response criticizes nearly every finding in the report and calls for an independent review of the report…
If you listened to this morning’s NPR report and you think you know the story of Macho B Jaguar, you’ve been misled….
Arizona Game And Fish Responds To IG Report On Jaguar