The Jaguar Corridor is a wildlife phenomenon unique in the world for its size and scope, and biodiversity. Incredibly, the 5,000 mile path that the jaguar has roamed for thousands of years is still in place and the genetic integrity of the species can still be preserved. The future of the jaguar depends on it.
The Journey of the Jaguar is Just Beginning
Over the next four years, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, CEO of Panthera and Howard Quigley, Executive Director of Panthera’s Jaguar Program, will visit the 10 countries that make up the backbone of the Jaguar Corridor: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Brazil and Argentina.
Follow the Panthera Jaguar Program’s Journey
You can follow the journey as it is just getting started at journeyofthejaguar.org. You can follow the Panthera team deep into jaguar range as they join with scientists and partners in the field to:
Meet with local people who live with jaguars.
Understand the jaguar’s significance across countries and cultures.
Learn from government and community leaders about their local conservation efforts and obstacles.
Identify the threats facing jaguars and their habitat.
Advance solutions that benefit jaguars and people.
Journey of the Jaguar
Panthera is making progress to save the Jaguar Corridor, but the forces that threaten the big cat are moving faster and Dr. Rabinowitz plans to change that. Join Panthera as they embark on the journey from Mexico to Argentina to secure the path of the jaguar. Four years. Ten countries. Countless adventures.