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Re: the June 5 guest opinion "El Jefe, jaguars before him came of age at Tucson's doorstep."

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  • By Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star
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Chances of a future jaguar population in Arizona extremely slim, official says

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Site near Tucson is only place in U.S. or Canada where jaguar, ocelot, puma and bobcat have all been photographed.  

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has drawn up a possible death sentence.

  • SUE MANNING Associated Press

Dog works with a carnivore biologist to study El Jefe's movements.

The students chose "El Jefe" as the name, which means "The Boss." 

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Wildlife service supervisor changed his staff's findings, records show.

A new batch of photos of an endangered male jaguar walking through the Santa Rita Mountains was released this week by the Arizona Game and Fis…

  • Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star

More than 764,000 acres of Southeast Arizona and Southwestern New Mexico became federally designated prime habitat for the endangered jaguar today.

  • Arizona Daily Star

A jaguar was photographed by a remote camera in the Santa Rita Mountains last week. It’s the latest of several photos of the same male jaguar …

  • Tony Povilitis Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Two decades ago I asked the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to add the jaguar to the national list of endangered species. But like a child re…

  • KELLY PRESNELL / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2012

A composite of six images shows the area proposed for Rosemont Copper's open-pit mine in the Santa Rita Mountains. The jaguar is only one cont…

  • Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star

The proposed Rosemont Mine is likely to harass this country's only known wild jaguar, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says. But that won't …

  • U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE

A remote camera photographed this male jaguar west of the proposed Rosemont Mine site in the mountains southeast of Tucson.

  • KELLY PRESNELL / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2012

A composite of six images shows the area proposed for Rosemont Copper's open-pit mine in the Santa Rita Mountains. The jaguar is only one cont…

  • U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE

A remote camera photographed this male jaguar west of the proposed Rosemont Mine site in the mountains southeast of Tucson.

  • Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star

The proposed Rosemont Mine is likely to kill, harm or harass this country's only known wild jaguar, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says.

  • The Associated Press The Associated Press

Federal wildlife officials are proposing to designate more critical habitat in the American Southwest for the jaguar.

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Terry Penrod's jaguar pelt decorates his living room in Lakeside. He shot the animal in 1963, thinking it was a big bobcat. But his kill turne…

  • ARIZONA DAILY STAR

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