Monday, 1 July 2013

NEWSLINK: Extremely rare jaguar spotted near Arizona mountains

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Jaguar roves near Rosemont mine site
Arizona Daily Star
The remote cameras have photographed the big cat in five locations on seven occasions since October. Three times, the federally financed remote cameras photographed the jaguar immediately west of the proposed Rosemont Mine site in the mountains ...
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Arizona jaguar? Photos show rare big cat near Tucson.
Christian Science Monitor
The Arizona Daily Star reports (http://bit.ly/12rLi2b ) that remote cameras have photographed the big cat in five locations in the Santa Rita Mountains' eastern flank on seven occasions since October. Those photos were taken for the U.S. Fish and ...
See all stories on this topic »Photos show rare jaguar roams S. Ariz. mountains
KOB.com
Photos from remote cameras show a rare male jaguar roaming the Santa Rita Mountains in Southern Arizona. The Arizona Daily Star reports (http://bit.ly/12rLi2b ) the cameras have photographed the big cat in five locations on seven occasions since October.
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Jaguar Journeys North To Arizona
Global Animal
Naturally, the jaguar's arrival in the U.S. has prompted a response in favor of preserving the species, but others believe the rare big cat doesn't warrant a state of urgency. Continue reading below to find out what the future holds for the nation's ...
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Rare Jaguar Siting in Arizona's Santa Rita Mountains
TIME
According to a December press release on the federally-funded tracking project, the photos were captured using motion-sensor-activated trail cameras positioned in areas where the big cat was believed to be located. The federal agency began tracking the ...
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This Is A Picture Of The Only Known Wild Jaguar In The US
Houston Chronicle
The new photos of a male jaguar in the Santa Rita mountains of Southern Arizona represent the first jaguar to be spotted in the United States since 2009, according to the Atlantic Wire, which noted that several grainy pictures of the big cat were ...
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Endangered Male Jaguar Cruising Southern Arizona
Phoenix New Times (blog)
Big cat = big story. The last time any human was aware of a jaguar north of the U.S.-Mexico border was 2009, when a series of total fuckups by allegedly well-intentioned people led to the death of Macho B in southern Arizona. Macho B was 16 years old ...
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