New Facebook Page

A jaguar stalking prey.
The phenomenal wildlife photographer Tambako the Jaguar has graciously allowed me to use this striking image for my new Facebook page’s cover photo. Be sure to visit him on Flickr! Hunting Jaguaress by Tambako the Jaguar. CC BY-ND 2.0

Hello everyone,

In the wake of The Jaguar and Allies being named one of the 25 best wildlife blogs in the world by, I’ve decided it’s finally time for me to create a Facebook page for this site.

Until now I’ve just connected this blog to my personal Facebook profile: forcing information about wild cats down my friends’ throats. In a rare stroke of mercy, I’ve now designated a separate page for unloading my wildlife obsession.

The Jaguar and Allies‘ new Facebook page is, of course, primarily a site for promoting this blog. However, I will also be using it to share news stories and other articles that I don’t have time to write about here. This means that there will be additional content on the Facebook page that will not appear on this blog.

If you visit and like The Jaguar and Allies’ new Facebook page, you’ll thus be doing two things:

  1. You’ll be making me happy.
  2. You’ll be gaining access to material that will not appear on this blog.

So, why not take 30 seconds to like this site’s new Facebook page? You’ll help me get one step closer to world domination, err, I mean, generating public support for wildlife conservation and conservationists.

11 Thoughts

  1. Hello Josh, congrats on the new Facebook page! Unfortunately I don’t have/use FB (yes, I live in the internet “dark ages”), but very happy for you. You deserve all the “likes” and attention for your efforts to raise awareness of so many important issues.

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