Thursday, March 15, 2012

Northern Jaguar Reserve

Lori and I spent the last week down in central Sonora Mexico volunteering at the Northern Jaguar Reserve. We were there to make adobe bricks to be used for a couple of small buildings on their property. Our crew ended up making over 2000 bricks (all by hand with shovels and wheelbarrows!).

The goal of the Northern Jaguar Project is to buy up and protect critical habitat for jaguars. They currently have over 50,000 acres of former ranchland set aside for these magnificent and elusive creatures. Please check out out their website for more information and consider making a donation. I will vouch that they are doing good work.

More photos here.

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