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Endangered U.S. Jaguars to Get Critical Habitat, Recovery Plan

A large spotted cat walking across rocky ground

This is post 2 of 3 in "Jaguar Recovery Plan."

Throughout this series, we explore the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's proposed Jaguar Recovery Plan. You will learn more about the decision to protect jaguars, our suggested changes to the proposed plan from, and how you can help protect this special species. All posts in this series…

Endangered U.S. Jaguars to Get Critical Habitat, Recovery Plan

TUCSON, Arizona,  – After years of neglect and indifference, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today that it will designate critical habitat for endangered jaguars in the United States and develop a jaguar recovery plan. The Service will propose areas for critical habitat designation by January 2011, according to an announcement in the Federal Register.

More posts from Jaguar Recovery Plan

  1. In Reversal, Feds Support Jaguar’s Habitat, Recovery, January 17, 2010
  2. Endangered U.S. Jaguars to Get Critical Habitat, Recovery Plan, January 21, 2010
  3. Taking the Careful Path to Jaguar Recovery, March 22, 2017

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