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Save Jaguars and Ocelots From Open-pit Mining

Action: Wildlife Conservation

January 16, 2015   Action Alert ID# 168

 

In the past few years an endangered ocelot and America's only known jaguar have been repeatedly photographed by wildlife cameras in the Santa Rita Mountains near Tucson, Arizona.

These beautiful cats are thriving in the prime habitat the area provides. They're intrepid pioneers attempting to reclaim areas where they were wiped out in the past century.

But a proposed open-pit copper mine would destroy their homes, along with a critical movement corridor that's essential to other cats recolonizing Arizona, their home for thousands of years.

Please take action to urge the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to uphold the Endangered Species Act and protect these big cats' homes.

January 16, 2015   Action Alert ID# 168

 

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