Friday, February 8, 2008

Jaguar protected at preserve south of the border

Mexico does a better job of protecting the jaguar than the US

By Brenda Norrell

While the campaign of Bush and Chertoff continues for the US Apartheid Border Wall, there's good news from south of the border in the pristine wild lands of Sonora, Mexico. In a joint effort of groups from north and south of the border, the Northern Jaguar Project and Naturalia, the goal was reached to purchase more land for the reserve for the jaguar. (Please double-click to enlarge photo.)
Meanwhile in the US, the border wall in Arizona is already destroying the habitat and the migrating ability of the jaguar.

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