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1. Forest Adventure Brazil - Day 6
November 16, 2016

Last summer, Wildfoot's Sara embarked on an incredible wildlife-spotting trip to Brazil, recording the highlights of her holiday for your enjoyment. We have been sharing her daily journal entries on the Wildfoot blog. Today, Sara goes jaguar spotting, and it doesn’t disappoint. Day 6 Today is serious! We have a fast speed boat for the whole day and a local guide named Wilson. And we have one thing in common – jaguar spotting! The Pantanal, which means swamp or marsh in Portuguese, is the largest continental wetland in the world and is simply beautiful. I can think of nothing I’d... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

2. Uncovering a New Threat to the Jaguar
October 25, 2016

Many of the world's wildlife species are under threat and, for some, like the magnificent Panthera onca, the most imminent dangers come not from predators or their natural environment, but from man. For anyone intending to embark on a dedicated Jaguar holiday to the Brazilian Pantanal (where the highest density of the species survives), being informed about conservation issues surrounding the big cat enables a greater understanding of its place in the scheme of our global ecology. A New Threat in Bolivia While the species' population has been decimated over the past decades as a res... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Recommended Reading for Your Jaguar Safari
October 25, 2016

If you're heading off on a dedicated Jaguar holiday to the wildlife-rich region of the Brazilian Pantanal, doing a little research on this magnificent big cat before embarking on the adventure is one of the most important aspects of your preparation. While a good tour should be led by an experienced naturalist and local guide, a basic understanding of the animal's characteristics and behaviours will make your experience even more memorable and fulfilling. Even though Panthera onca is the most elusive of the world's big cats, scientists and researchers have built up a fascinating dossier o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Jaguar Research: Jack Child's Jaguar
October 25, 2016

As recently as the nineteenth century, the distribution of the Jaguar extended from southern Argentina all the way up through South and Central America, Mexico and into the United States in Texas, New Mexico, Florida and Arizona. Today the big cat's range is dramatically smaller and its main populations are found in Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and Belize. While throughout the 1900s various sightings of lone juvenile males were made in Arizona and New Mexico, it was generally accepted that the species had become entirely extinct in the United States. First USA Sightings In 1996,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. A Novel Jaguar Conservation Initiative in Peru
October 25, 2016

The Brazilian Pantanal is home to the world's highest population of Panthera onca: the Jaguar. The big cat is not confined to this area, however, and it makes its home in pockets of habitat throughout Central and South America as far south as Patagonia. In Peru, it's estimated there are around 6,000 surviving in the wild. This is a number that has hugely declined in recent decades, in great part due to due to illegal poaching and loss of habitat through human and industrial encroachment. While there are a number of Jaguar conservation initiatives in place in South and Central America... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Jaguar Research: Using Mathematics to Save the Big Cat
October 25, 2016

The fact that the Jaguar is not an animal found in his native country hasn't stopped a dedicated Australian academic from making a very valuable contribution to the world of Jaguar research. Deep in the Peruvian Amazonian jungle, Professor Kevin Burrage and his team are working on a project to track the big cat, gathering data using innovative virtual reality technology and analysing it with mathmatical principles. Their experience has evolved into, in the professor's words, "the most exciting trip, scientific or otherwise, that I have ever been on". A Scientist's Journey of Discove... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Rewilding Brazil's Jaguars
October 25, 2016

In the lush wetlands of the Brazilian Pantanal, dedicated wildlife tours take nature lovers into a dense jungle habitat in the hopes of catching sight of one of the world's most mysterious big cats: the Jaguar. While Panthera onca still survives throughout South and Central America, from Patagonia up to isolated pockets in New Mexico, the Pantanal is home to the densest population of the big cats – hence its popularity for dedicated Jaguar holidays. It is also in the Pantanal that an innovative "rewilding" programme is taking place, aimed at reintroducing these big cats into areas in whic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. The Araguaia Jaguar Corridor Project
September 09, 2016

Set up by the non-profit NGO organisation, JCF (Jaguar Conservation Fund), the Araguaia Jaguar Corridor Project is an ambitious initiative designed to work as part of a holistic conservation plan to ensure the survival of the big cat, its habitat and that of its prey species. Since 2002, the JCF has implemented numerous education, research and wildlife corridor programmes throughout Brazil's five biomes. The country is home to the densest population of the species in South and Central America, which is the reason for its popularity as a prime Jaguar watching destination. The Mighty A... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. The Jaguar Conservation Fund - JCF
September 09, 2016

With so many of our incredible wildlife species under threat, the issue of conservation has never been more important. The 'near threatened' conservation status of the Jaguar has mobilised a number of high profile organisations in to action, with the implementation of programmes in vital habitats throughout South and Central America. While dedicated, eco-tourism activities like Jaguar watching expeditions play a huge role in raising the animal's profile, organisations like the JCF also play a very important part. The Jaguar Conservation Fund: JCF "To promote the conservation of th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. How the Jaguar Has Adapted for Survival
September 09, 2016

Panthera onca, the Jaguar, is one of the most compelling of all the big cats; however, its extreme stealth and solitary nature also makes it the one we know least about. While fossil evidence dates Panthera back some three million years (and Panthera onca to around 510,000 years), this beautiful animal's conservation status is currently listed as 'near threatened'. The modern threats to its survival are predominantly in the form of hunting and massive habitat loss and fragmentation due to deforestation, but predating that, scientists know that the species' longevity has been due to a range of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Where to See Big Cats in the Wild
September 09, 2016

The species that make up the Panthera genus of the felidae family – aka the "big cats" - have enthralled and fascinated human civilisation since ancient times. The power, beauty and indomitable spirit of the Lion, Tiger, Leopard and Jaguar garner respect, awe and fear, and the opportunity to see these magnificent creatures in the wild is a lifetime dream for many. With the concept of dedicated wildlife travel, these days it's possible to get closer than ever before to the big cats. From Jaguar holidays in Brazil to wildlife safaris in Africa, these are the best places to see the Pantheras... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. In Search of the Jaguar in South America
September 09, 2016

For wildlife lovers hoping to experience a sighting of the magnificent spotted big cat, Jaguar holidays to the world's largest tropical wetland in the Brazilian Pantanal region are, without a doubt, the best option. This vast, biodiverse area is home to the densest population of the animal in the world and, with an abundance of other animal species and avifauna, is renowned as one of the richest and most diverse wildlife destinations on the planet. But while the majority of Jaguar holidays are focused around the Pantanal region, it's not the only place this beautiful big cat can be seen ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Not Just Jaguars - The Birdlife of the Pantanal
September 09, 2016

The vast South American tropical wetland region of the Brazilian Pantanal, in the western state of Mato Grosso (extending into parts of Bolivia and Paraguay), is renowned for its extreme bio diversity and the incredible amount of wildlife it supports. Home to one of the highest concentrations of wildlife on Earth, it is particularly popular for Jaguar holidays, boasting the densest population of the big cat in South America. While wildlife lovers embark on Jaguar holidays to the Pantanal in the hope of a brief encounter with the secretive and mysterious big cat, the abundant avian life ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Exploring the Parnaíba Headwaters National Park
September 09, 2016

For adventurous nature lovers, the 1.8 million-acre Parnaíba Headwaters National Park, in Brazil, is an aspirational destination. The diverse habitat of this massive park is home to an abundance of wildlife, including the endangered Maned Wolf, the Bearded Capuchin Monkey and the beautiful Hyacinth Macaw The park is on extended Jaguar safari itineraries that also take in the vast Brazilian Pantanal and, for those looking to see not just the spotted big cat, but also the rest of South America's so-called 'Big Five' (Giant Anteater, Giant River Otter, Maned Wolf and Brazilian Tapir) on thei... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Encountering South America's Big Five
September 09, 2016

For wildlife lovers, each continent has a particular list of 'big five' species. For example, in Africa it's the Lion, African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, Leopard and Rhinoceros; in North America it's the Moose, Grizzly Bear, Grey Wolf, Bison and Polar Bear; and in the lush habitats of South America, the most sought after species to encounter are the Maned Wolf, Brazilian Tapir, Giant Anteater, Giant River Otter and, of course, the magnificent Jaguar. The Jaguar Mystery and intrigue have surrounded Panthera onca since the time of ancient Mesoamerican cultures, and our fascination with t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. The Northern Jaguar Project in Sonora
August 26, 2016

Nature lovers who travel to the Brazilian Pantanal region on a dedicated Jaguar watching tour can take heart from the knowledge that this kind of ethical ecotourism is not just a sought after wildlife experience, but also a way to play a meaningful and effective role in the animal's preservation. With its current 'near threatened' conservation status, this beautiful big cat faces an ongoing struggle for survival against concurrent threats of habitat decimation through deforestation, human conflict and reduction in the populations of small prey food sources. In addition to Jaguar watc... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. The Jaguar as a Cultural Icon
August 26, 2016

While in the modern world Jaguar watching is of great interest to scientists, naturalists and wildlife lovers, the big cat is also an iconic and enduring cultural emblem of the indigenous cultures of Mexico and South and Central America. Over thousands of years, ancient civilisations, including the Maya, Aztecs and Incas, have both revered and feared this magnificent animal. For anyone planning a Jaguar watching trip to South America, understanding a little of the ancient mythology associated with the big cat can offer an insight into its contemporary relationships with the local peoples... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. The Significance of Panthera's Jaguar Corridor Initiative
August 26, 2016

While there are numerous conservation organisations working towards the preservation of the world's wildlife, Panthera is the only one dedicated solely to the conservation of the 38 species of wild cats and their ecosystems. Who is Panthera? Established in 2006, under the leadership of renowned conservationist Alan Rabinowitz, the organisation's key programmes focus on supporting the survival of the most endangered wild cats, which include Cheetahs, Pumas, Leopards, Snow Leopards, Lions, Tigers and the most elusive big cat of all, Panthera onca - the Jaguar. The World's Most Am... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. How the WCS is Working to Conserve the Jaguar
August 26, 2016

Nature enthusiasts who embark on a Jaguar holiday are among the privileged few who get the opportunity to observe the enigmatic and highly elusive big cat in its natural habitat. In the vast, bio diverse tropical wetland of the Brazilian Pantanal, Jaguar holiday participants travel through a region that's home to a relatively dense population of the big cat. While nature travel companies make an encounter with the wildlife of South America more accessible than it ever was, there's a lot going on behind the scenes many people are unaware of. Without the dedication and innovation of a numb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. The WWF's Work with Jaguars
August 26, 2016

Most wildlife aficionados will be familiar with the high-profile animal conservation group, WWF - the Worldwide Fund for Nature. For those embarking on a Jaguar holiday to the Brazilian Pantanal, the organisation's work in the conservation of the elusive spotted big cat may be of particular interest. An ethically run Jaguar holiday in itself is a valuable tool in raising the profile of the animal, but organisations like the WWF also play a vital role. Who Are the WWF? Established in Switzerland, in 1961, the WWF is an international non-governmental agency dedicated to the preservati... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Keeping Wild Jaguars Wild
August 26, 2016

While a dedicated Jaguar holiday to South America is the only safe and ethical way to enjoy the privilege of observing the big cats in the wild, much to the dismay of scientists and conservationists, the practice of showcasing these magnificent animals in captivity continues in some parts of the world. Making World Headlines The argument for keeping wild animals wild has made global headlines in 2016, alongside the mammoth publicity of the Olympic Games in Rio, with the shooting of a 17-year old female Jaguar called Juma. The incident occurred following a ceremony celebrating... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. The Genetic Anomaly of the Black Jaguar
August 26, 2016

The iconic appearance of Panthera onca, the Jaguar, is hard to mistake - except perhaps for those who confuse it with the Leopard (there are plenty of differences, incidentally). But what many people who embark on a dedicated Jaguar safari to catch a sighting of this elusive big cat don't know is that that there are exceptions to the spectacular tawny yellow-and-black spotted coat it so stylishly sports. The Rare Black Beauty The Black Jaguar is also known as a Black Panther (which is a term applied to any big cat with a black coat), but, despite its strikingly different appearance,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Why the Rainforests Need Jaguars
August 26, 2016

For anyone planning to head to the Brazilian Pantanal on a Jaguar safari with a view to observing the big cat in its natural habitat, understanding its role within the rainforest eco-system can make the experience all the more fulfilling. The Apex Predator of the Jungle As the apex predator of its South American habitat, Panthera onca plays a pivotal role in maintaining the delicate balance of the eco-system. By controlling the populations of smaller prey species, the big cat is doing the job it's supposed to and playing a part in regulating the eco-diversity of the region. In fact, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. The Distribution of Jaguars in the Wild
July 26, 2016

Despite being an apex predator and the largest wild cat endemic to the Americas, Panthera onca, the Jaguar, has lost more than 50% of its historic range due to loss and fragmentation of habitat and human encroachment. Its conservation status now stands as 'near threatened.' While without a doubt the safest and most successful way to encounter Panthera onca in the wild is on an organised Jaguar safari to the Brazilian Pantanal, it isn't the only place this beautiful creature can be found. Favoured Habitat Comfortable in a diverse variety of habitats, although most often ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. El Jefe - The USA's Only Known Jaguar
July 26, 2016

Able to survive in a diverse variety of habitats, the Jaguar's domain once stretched from Argentina, in the far south of the Americas, right up to Arizona in the USA. With vast tracts of habitat decimated or fragmented due to deforestation, today, although Panthera onca is still king, it's a realm that's much reduced. For those who want a personal encounter with the magnificent big cat, Jaguar watching tours to the Brazilian Pantanal are really the only way to do so. Panthera onca in the USA Up to as recently as the 19th century, the big cat was still found in parts of New Mexico, A... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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