Arizona Week

Season 7, Episode 10 of 31

Another photo of a jaguar in the wild has been released. The latest sighting in the Dos Cabezas mountain range outside the town of Willcox. This is the 7th known jaguar in Arizona in the last 20 years. The US Fish and Wildlife Service says a new male jaguar is being spotted about every three years in Arizona. Arizona Week travels east of Douglas for the story of one rancher and hunting guide who has photographed two in his lifetime. And we’ll hear from experts who provide insight into jaguar biology and habitat. FYI, Arizona is considered jaguar habitat. Warner Glenn//Rancher & Hunting Guide Steve Spangle//U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Tim Snow//Arizona Game & Fish Department Diane Hadley//Northern Jaguar Project

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