The Trump administration approved a new copper mine in Arizona. Opponents say it would destroy creeks and damage wildlife habitat where jaguars roam.
It’s been a tough month of bad news for wildlife, water, and all of us that call the Sky Island region home. Amidst a raft of destructive proposals, the UN released a new definitive report on the state of our natural world. The report details the destruction we humans have wreaked on Earth’s web of…
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Jaguars are reappearing in the Southwest. A border wall would put an end to that.
NAOMI PRIMERO University of California, Berkeley – Berkeley, CA What part of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program are you most excited about? I am so excited to meet and connect with people of all backgrounds, people who are all interested in pursuing the same goals as I am. What do you hope to get out…
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Our work over the last ten years with jaguar and ocelot conservation has shaped my career and outlook as a biologist and conservationist. Just knowing that jaguars and ocelots are present in our Sky Island region is one of the reasons I am passionate about what we do.