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Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles

Bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) were not known to live on Tiburón Island, the largest island in the Gulf of California and Mexico, prior to the surprisingly successful introduction of 20...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
Mexican grey wolf
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Black-tailed prairie dog
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  • Mammals of the Mexican boundary of the United States, Mearns 1907

A descriptive catalogue of the species of mammals occurring in that region; with a general summary of the natural history, and a list of trees.

Edgar Alexander Mearns, Published April 13,...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
Track of wild ocelot

With outline drawn in to help see the track

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From July 1998 to July 2000 we collected locality information and habitat associations for 36 records of the Endangered ocelot Leopardus pardalis in the Mexican State of Sonora. Twenty-seven (75...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles

Measurements taken on the skull of a bear shot in northern Sonora, Mexico, in 1976 revealed that the skull is from a brown bear (Ursus arctos). The skull appears to be that of a juvenile (sex...

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The same ocelot that has been photographed on 3 previous occasions in the Huachuca Mountains has been seen again. This ocelot has a somewhat unique looking face and was first photographed in Feb....

Type of Content: Blog entry
  • Jaguar tail spotted in southeast Arizona, 2012

A hunter's trail camera snapped a photo of a jaguars tail on Sept. 23, 2012. AZ Game and Fish released the photo, but have yet to make a determination on whether it is an ocelot or jaguar. It...

Type of Content: Blog entry
Coati Babies
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Jaguars are endangered in Mexico and the United States, necessitating careful monitor- ing of population status. We determined minimum numbers of jaguars and sympatric pumas in a small population...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
Sciurus nayaritensis, fox squirrel

In large cottonwood with drey.

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A hunters trail camera has captured another image of an ocelot. Although the location hasn't been revealed to AZ Game and Fish by the hunter, spot comparison by Wild Sonora shows that it is the...

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All but 1 of the 5 Mexican Gray Wolves released in Sonora in October of 2011 have been poisoned to death by warfarin, which is commonly used by ranchers and others to kill mammals. The wolves were...

Type of Content: Blog entry
  • Jaguar in Arizona, Nov. 2011 (©Chasin Tail Guide Service)

The newest confirmed jaguar sighting in Arizona comes from a mountain lion hunter who's dogs chased and treed the animal in Cochise County Arizona south of I-10. The hunter called AZ Game and Fish...

Type of Content: Article
Mexican Gray Wolf © Robin Silver
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This horrible photo of the killing of mountain lions in the name of protecting livestock is a reminder of the gruesome nature of the business.

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Canis lupus baileyi, the Mexican gray wolf, is back in the Madrean Sky Islands of Mexico. The last wild Mexican gray wolves were captured from the Sierra Madre in 1980 in an attempt to preserve...

Type of Content: Article
Lepus alleni, antelope jackrabbit
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Photo of an Ocelot in the Huachuca Mountains - May 2011

(May 2011) This photo was taken by two hunters' trail camera and subsequently given to Arizona Game and Fish Dept.

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Ocelot road kill near Globe, Arizona
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