The Central Mountains of Arizona and New Mexico was the places where they roamed freely in their natural habitat for hundreds of years. When the man captured the forest land for their use, these animals became a big treat to survive their lives. Jaguars, strong big carnivorous animals became the main aim of the hunters. So jaguars had to sacrifice their lives for the needs of the man to make shoe bags and winter outfits and various other stuff. Now the scientists say that it’s time to reintroduce Jaguars in the United States again. So In the 20th Century, US government agents and other citizens hunted and poisoned jaguars for various reasons. As a result, these animals were listed under the endangered animals’ list by this time.
There are only fewConservation science and practice provided a promising foundation for this effort in Southwest 50 years ago. So, In March this year, a separate investigation proved that an area in central Arizona and New Mexico. Spanning 2 million acres can provide potentially match the natural habitat for about 150 Jaguars approximately this area. The size of South Carolina was not considering for jaguars. By US fish and wildlife service recovery plan 2018. The plan only considering southern interstate habitats. So it concluded that there are only six jaguars in the United States. However, this reestablishment of female jaguars from source number in Mexico to this recovery region. Is unlikely over the coming 100 years. The authors of the journal concluded that the reintroduction of Jaguars should be examined as an executable alternative. So the writers believe that telling about jaguars can be a net benefit to people. Subsuming culture, nature and local economics and would represent the return of an original part of the US fauna.
However, this study aim at five dimensions of the reintroduction project.
- Conservation rationale
- Ecological context
- Practical considerations
- The region is habitable unique in all of the jaguar’s range. It is a special and valuable part of the jaguar’s ecological diversity.
- The area is vast with suitable vegetation. Given its elevation and latitude, it may provide an important climate refuge for the spices in the future.
- The majority of the land managed for public use. And 68% of this area belong to the US forest service. Also Bureau of land management and only national park service. Only 381,000 people live in small towns and cities.
- New Mexico and the mountains of central Arizona are parts of ancestral reservation lands. Two tribal nations, the white mountain Apache and the San Carlos Apache use nearly 12% of the camera’s land area with wildlife and ecological systems.
- The process of reintroduction would replace a historic member of the species gathering of the region.