U.S. Jaguar caught on film

Wildlife conservationists released new video footage showing what is believed to be one of three jaguars to be seen in the United States in the past few years. The Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) released the video taken this summer last Thursday, stating the big cat was the same one first seen on camera in … Continue reading U.S. Jaguar caught on film

WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner ~ 12 March 2017

WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society ~ WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner Our weekly podcast provides a recap of the week’s top news stories affecting all wildcats around the world. The series also highlights work performed by WCCLAS, featured interviews, commentaries and special reports. Top News Stories for Sunday, 12 March 2017: … Continue reading WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner ~ 12 March 2017

Jaguar caught on U.S. Bureau of Land Management trail camera

A new jaguar was recently documented in Southern Arizona—the second in the past four months and the third since 2011. It’s the seventh jaguar documented in the Southwest since 1996; only one was known in this region in the previous 20 years. The jaguar was photographed on November 16, 2016 in the Dos Cabezas Mountains … Continue reading Jaguar caught on U.S. Bureau of Land Management trail camera

What satellites can tell us about how animals will fare in a changing climate

In a press conference last Monday at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco, three researchers discussed how detailed satellite observations have facilitated ecological studies of change over time. The presenters discussed how changes in Arctic sea ice cover have helped scientists predict a 30 percent drop in the global population of polar bears … Continue reading What satellites can tell us about how animals will fare in a changing climate