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Homeland Security To Fund Jaguar Study

by | Dec 05, 2011


Set to begin in 2012, a three-year, $771,000 project funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will place two remote cameras in each of 120 locations in southern Arizona and southwest New Mexico to track the presence and movement of jaguars along the U.S./Mexico border. The University of Arizona professor leading the study will "reach out to environmental groups, ranchers, private landowners and others in an effort to minimize potential conflicts over the research," according to the Arizona Daily Star.



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