Should we assume that every jaguar historically documented in Arizona or New Mexico arrived without human influence? The following evidence suggests such an assumption is untrustworthy and unscientific. During the late 1950’s Bob Housholder was an avid and well-known hunter as well as writer and editor for Arizona Wildlife Sportsman magazine. He published several articles about jaguars seen, rumored […]
Click here to view the March 2017 SACPA NEWSLETTER 3_2017 (844kb) Contents: SACPA President Joe King’s Notes Spring Meeting April 8 Jaguar Recovery Plan (to view comments submitted by SACPA, click here) Protein Supplement for Range Cattle
Most scientific papers regarding jaguar presence in Arizona and New Mexico reference Seton (1929), Lives of Game Animals. As far as we know, no digital version exists of Ernest Thompson Seton’s 8-volume work, Lives of Game Animals. It is also long out of print. Furthermore, a take-home copy is unavailable from most libraries. Therefore, this copy was made from […]
This 18 minute video of smugglers packing drugs through southern Arizona was taken by hidden trail cameras set up by SecureBorderIntel.org Drug smugglers move through southern Arizona through large unfenced, unsecured areas. Few if any of these smugglers were apprehended. The video begins with footage from 2011 when drug smugglers moving through the Atascosa Mountains […]
Arivaca rancher Jim Chilton explains the issue of border insecurity on 25 miles of the Arizona/Mexico border, 5 miles of which includes the southern boundary of his ranch.
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Parker (2013) Equal Protection, Daubert, the ESA and the Proposed Rule to Designate Critical Habitat for Jaguars
In May 2011 the Service entered into the Multi-District Litigation (MDL) Settlement Agreement with WEG and CBD. The Agreement required the Service make listing determinations for all species on the 2010 Candidate List, petition findings for species that are subject of petitions, and to finalize other outstanding litigation-related listing actions, by FY 2016. At the […]
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has given the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) more than $2 Million of its own funding to spend on jaguar recovery in the United States border region instead of securing the border. USFWS has already spent $775,000 of that funding to place camera traps around southern Arizona and New Mexico in […]
This page last updated April 17, 2014 The US Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) has issued a Biological and Conference Opinion concurring with the Coronado National Forest that livestock grazing “may affect but is not likely to adversely modify” the recently designated jaguar critical habitat areas within the Coronado National Forest. USFWS Biological and Conference […]