a remote, rugged, and exceedingly wild place where a
small breeding population of these big cats survives.
SPECIES WE PROTECT
By protecting jaguars, we are saving whole ecosystems that live under their umbrella of protection.
away from killing carnivores and reward
the presence of living wildlife.
jaguars with safe spaces, room
to roam, and time to rebound.
with a goal to double the acreage
protected for wide-ranging predators.
in addition to felines and their prey,
to guide conservation actions.
erosion control, and invasive species
removal to rehabilitate habitat.
activities that foster a love for nature
and local biodiversity.
Every single jaguar on our cameras is important to the future of this endangered population.
Corazón was born on the reserve, and as the reserve grew with her, she raised at least three litters of cubs.
Libélula was the star of our earliest jaguar videos and is the reigning matriarch across the entire protected area.
Zapatos is the second-oldest jaguar in this region, and his story is one of resiliency and great wanderings.
Photos: Brendon Kahn, Mikal Jakubal