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Living with Wildlife
Florida panthers, mountain lions, jaguars that become used to human presence can lose their natural wariness of us. If we offer or allow access to food even once, we end up with wildlife that associates us with food.
Where We Work
Our Southwest team works to protect rare and threatened species like Mexican wolves, jaguars and ocelots.
Jaguar, © David Stein
In the Magazine
With muscular shoulders and forearms and powerful jaws, the jaguar is no pussycat.