Q&A with Dr. Shari Wilcox of Defenders of Wildlife — The Jaguar

This is a special post, and one that I’m excited to share. It’s a Q&A with Dr. Shari Wilcox: Texas Representative at Defenders of Wildlife, and an expert on wild felid (cat) conservation in the United States-Mexico borderlands. Our conversation focuses on a species of cat called the ocelot.

Q&A with Dr. Shari Wilcox of Defenders of Wildlife — The Jaguar

We came upon these Mexican Parrotlets in a coffee field while birding in Mexico a few years ago. One of my favorite aspects of world birding is directly engaging with other lifestyles and communities. Our guide didn’t drive, so he hired his friend Lupe, a taxi driver, and we had the most wonderful […]

via Mexico Birding — Jet Eliot

A report from eturbonews. With thousands of sea turtles saved every season since the program’s inception nearly 40 years ago, the turtle protection program of the Mexican Caribbeankeeps drawing travelers and top Quintana Roo hotels aim to continue that growth through new on-site initiatives. One in every 1,000 baby turtles don’t survive to adulthood and of the seven sea […]

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This video says about itself: Thursday, 30 January 2020 Missing Mexican butterfly conservationist found dead MEXICO CITY — The body of a Mexican conservationist devoted to the protection of the monarch butterfly in Mexico was found on Wednesday, two weeks after he went missing, the authorities said. Homero Gómez González managed a butterfly sanctuary in […]

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