Humans and Jaguars: overcoming a history of conflict

Jaguar in the Pantanal by Bart van Dorp. CC BY 2.0
Jaguar in the Pantanal by Bart van Dorp. CC BY 2.0

I am pleased to announce that I have just authored my first guest post. The essay is titled “Humans and Jaguars: overcoming a history of conflict,” and it can be found on one of my favorite blogs: Wild Politics.

Humans and Jaguars: overcoming a history of conflict” serves as a broad introduction to human-jaguar conflict. It combines elements of “Jaguars in the United States: Part 1,” Jaguars in the Unites States: Part 2,” and “Human-Jaguar Conflict may be more Complex than it Seems.” It also contains a few tidbits of information that were not included in any of those posts.

Working on this essay for Wild Politics has been an immensely positive experience. It has been an honor to collaborate with Dr. Margi Prideaux, who is an accomplished and insightful conservationist. Not only has it been exciting to work with someone with more experience than myself, but “Humans and Jaguars” has the potential to reach a new group of readers. Hopefully it will lead Dr. Prideaux’s followers to become more interested in the endlessly fascinating jaguar.

To read “Humans and Jaguars: overcoming a history of conflict,” click here.

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