Wednesday, March 26, 2008

When it lies on the other side of the fence

Not only are the fences along the US-Mexican border like putting a band aid on a shotgun wound, but they are going to separate the only male Jaguars in North America from the females who lie in the northern mountain ranges of Mexico.

The Jaguar is likely the rarest creature on the North American Continent.

The Jaguar is American Wilderness.

I wish the gods would step in and tell the US Gov NO - NOT this time.

How many times makes too many times?

They don't listen - and I am left to wonder:

How will America speak of its Natural Splendor
when it lies on the other side of the fence?

(Perhaps the only Jaguar photographed in North America)

See the full story here.

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