The Jaguar Foundation has considered the creation of the CURRENTLY section as a space of interest for all those promoting the protection and conservation of jaguars and their environment. The information we share in this site is collected by the researchers of the Genetics Program of the School of Biology of the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the Jaguar Program of the International Institute for Wildlife Management (ICOMVIS) of the Universidad Nacional (UNA), as well as of other entities that lead similar efforts in environmental issues.
It is our hope that this space becomes a area of consultation about the news being posted, and that together we may promote greater knowledge about any results shown by the constant publications.
In December 2014, Motores Británicos S.A. donated a CAN-AM 250 cc-four-wheeler vehicle to the Jaguar Foundation, which has become a valuable support tool for the researchers of the Universidad Nacional during their long field work days at the Santa Rosa National Park in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
On June 24, 2015, the Four-wheeler Loan Agreement was signed between the Jaguar of the Universidad Nacional and the Jaguar Foundation.See photos in Google Drive
The relationship between the jaguar and water is very close. Jaguars prefer to live next to rivers, marshes and dense forest with a lot of vegetation, since it is there where jaguars can stalk their prey much more easily.
It is our hope that this space becomes an area of consultation about the news being posted, and that together we may promote broader knowledge about any results shown by the constant publications.
We at the Jaguar Foundation wish to express our deepest thanks to the contributors, who, like us, have believed in the importance of supporting the efforts of the state Universities in the conservation and preservation of the jaguar.