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Can Mexico Save the US Jaguar?
I am standing next to a tranquil, spring-fed pool in northern Mexico’s Sierra Madre mountain range. Lush grasses sway below a cliff glistening with life-giving liquid. In a nearby tree, two elegant trogons – gorgeous subtropical birds adorned in white, red, and green – settle down for the night. We’ve convened at the only reliable water source for miles around. photo by Tambako the Jaguar/Flickr Jaguars have been here, too. These big,…
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by: Richard Mahler – Autumn 2016