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Predator Protection in Mexico,
funded by the generous grant donations of  

Because this study area is thought to be the farthest north breeding population of jaguars, and possibly ocelots, in North America; both the
project coordinator and technician from Primero Conservation nonprofit, who live in Mexico, will work directly with 6 ranches under conservation agreement for no-kill jaguar, puma, javalina populations, the GG/PC teams hope to see improved calf production with suggested initiatives:

In a recent (July) report to the U.S.F.W.S., the following management actions were recommended after a 3-year camera trap effort on the U.S. side of the border that documented only one male jaguar in the continental United States.

  • Support depredation payments for livestock killed by jaguars.
  • Improve native prey populations for jaguars in areas of detection and known core areas (Sonora).
  • Support financial payments for camera detections of jaguar and ocelot on private land.


  DOF: 26/08/2015   

Mexico: Secretary of the Interior: Official Journal of the Federation  

We are pleased to announce that we were able to work with Mexico's Congressional representatives to affect the following passage of legislation at the national level for the prohibition of traps and poisons for wildlife in all of Mexico as stated below:  Refer to index - # 11.

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