This week’s edition of Earth Matters features Michael Robinson, Conservation Advocate with the Center for Biological Diversity, discussing two highly endangered Southwestern mammals, Mexican gray wolves and jaguars. Donna Stevens, Executive Director of the Upper Gila Watershed Alliance, asks Michael about the latest developments, both good and bad, in the Mexican gray wolf recovery program.
Robinson gives an update on jaguar recovery and talks about how the US/Mexico border wall and the proposed Rosemont mine near Tucson will impact the jaguar.
Visit the Center for Biological Diversity for more info on…
- Mexican Gray Wolf (http://www NULL.biologicaldiversity NULL.org/species/mammals/Mexican_gray_wolf/index NULL.html)
- Jaguars in New Mexico & Arizona (http://www NULL.biologicaldiversity NULL.org/publications/earthonline/endangered-earth-online-no834 NULL.html)
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Earth Matters / Michael Robinson on Wolves & Jaguars