Interview with The Jaguar

 

Mountains in Northern California, which I had the privilege of viewing whilst on a mountain lion (Puma concolor) tracking workshop.

Well well, it appears that someone has turned to Q&A lens on me this time.

 

My friend Jess, whom I recently published a Q&A post on, sent me five questions of her own. I answered them, and now she has published the finished post on her blog.

 

Go check it out!

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josh Josh Gross, author of The Jaguar and Allies. Photo credit here.

Josh Gross isn’t a jaguar, but he probably knows more about the species than they know about themselves. Josh is a conservation blogger and acquaintance of mine from the environmental blogging community here on WordPress. As author of The Jaguar and Allies blog, he has written about a broad range of environmental topics from international traveling to tiger reintroductions to surrounding social issues and of course, jaguar conservation. I hope you get to know him more and learn a little while you read the following interview.

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    1. Hi Katie, it really helps. The research process goes a lot faster when you have your own library of sources to draw from, and having a working bibliography means you just have to copy and paste many of your citations.

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