WHAT
WE DO

PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.

Jaguar Ecological Reserve

Pantanal Wildlife Program

Adventure of Birdman & Mick J.

Since 2005, Douglas has registered 83 different jaguars in an area of 350 river kilometers. An amazing number considering that the territory of a jaguar, in the Amazon, is 70 square kilometers.

The different forehead patterns from each jaguar allow the identification of individuals. Each jaguar has a completely different pattern. Douglas Trent, who uses this differentiation in order to distinguish the 83 felines he monitors, was the first to use this methodology on jaguars. 

RESEARCH.

WHERE WE WORK.

ACT NOW!

Protecting the World’s Most Endangered Species

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