The Jaguar Network/Red Yaguareté is a Nonprofit Foundation founded by naturalists that holds people of all kinds who decided to preserve our nature, with the focus on the fabulous jaguar and its forests.
We are integrated mostly by volunteers from different backgrounds, with varied expertise and we are constantly growing, facing different and new challenges that Jaguar permanently raises.
Our Mission: Save Jaguar from Extinction in Argentina.
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Puerto Iguazú. A year ago we started monitoring Jaguars in the Puerto Península Defense Nature Reserve, where the Argentine Army Military School develops its training activities in the jungle, close to the city of Puerto [...]
Article published in Nótulas Faunísticas. Looking for jaguars we find this elusive little canid. This article presents a photographic record of the Bush Dog (Speothos venaticus) in Misiones province. On the [...]
The great work that has been done for several years is giving its results. The governor of Misiones, Hugo Passalacqua, leading an act of the Sub-Commission for the Jaguar Conservation, announced that [...]
Article published in the specialized journal Nótulas faunísticas. ABSTRACT. A preliminary analysis of jaguar and puma camera trap detections was done in an area of Salto Encantado del Valle del Cuñá Pirú Provincial Park [...]
The species is in critical condition in the region: less than 20 specimens would remain. Members of the Chaco Region Sub-Commission for Jaguar Conservation met in Resistencia on Monday, November 14 to launch the [...]
What we do
Coexistence with people
The conflicts that are generated when the Jaguar attacks domestic animals is probably one of the main causes of his death today.