Northern Jaguar Project is a wonderful organization that my company has had the pleasure of collaborating with and supporting when possible. They are extremely passionate about their mission and we truly admire their accomplishments in both public education and tangible conservation gains on the ground. I fully support their efforts and will be eagerly following along as they make progress in preserving habitat and restoring the historic range of a species that is so emblematic of our region’s rich biological diversity.
Northern Jaguar Project is highly professional and passionate nonprofit protecting a large region of native species in northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. Their passion for conservation and education is leading to real positive changes in the region. Truly a great cause and nonprofit.
Turtle Southern just visited the college where I am a librarian and member of the campus environmental committee. Prior to her visit, I had no idea this organization even existed. I had also assumed that jaguars were pretty much extinct north of Central America. Turtle gave a fantastic talk, with slides of the gorgeous terrain where the project is located. She is an excellent spokesperson, understated yet with an obvious love & dedication for the project and jaguars. We plan to have her or one of the their volunteers back on a yearly basis to have a table at our Earth Day gatherings, in order to share with our students the valuable work Northern Jaguar Project is doing and all that they have accomplished. Thank you for the opportunity to share this with you! Mark Floor
I am extremely impressed with the conservation work of NJP. The staff are dedicated and passionate as they work to preserve not only jaguars and ocelots, but this special wilderness area that provides habitat for a wide diversity of species, including macaws.
Also, NJP's public outreach efforts help to spread awareness, appreciation and support of these big cats and an understanding of the need to protect this northernmost breeding population of jaguars.
Northern Jaguar Project and Naturalia are the best chance for the Jaguar to return to the USA. EXTINCTION is real. Consider how much the southwest has lost over the years and help this cat!
My experience with NJP started with the death of the last jaguar in the USA--- his name was Macho B. The next event was a jaguar named Lucero who was in the Phoenix zoo who was given dental work after being caught in mexico by a rancher. I went to Phoenix and saw him guess who helped him get help? That was in part NJP-- These people need all the resources they obtain. They treat wildlife the way everybody should. Consider how the jaguar is hanging on a thread---- the constant war on wildlife. These people are beautiful.
Turtle, a representative from NJP came to my 4th/5th grade class to give a presentation on Jaguars in the Sonoran Desert and give my students information about the organization. My students were mesmerized by the photos of jaguars and by the fact that these animals live in our very own desert. Turtle's presentation was well-prepared, full of facts and information geared toward my group of kids and the content we're learning in class. My students had tons of questions which clearly showed their interest in this topic. I know this educational presentation will linger in the thoughts (and hopefully) actions of my students for a long time.
I have been most impressed with the Northern Jaguar Project's work. They are a small, lean organization with a narrow focus but a huge vision. They have always been more than willing to answer my questions, provide information and promote cooperation among jaguar fanatics. Their Denver gathering brought together interested parties from the US and Mexico and the information shared and contacts made have proven invaluable to me. Diana, Turtle and the rest of the NJP staff are first-rate.