Ocelots in Arizona?

Mahler, Richard
December 2010
High Country News;12/6/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 21, p5
The article focuses on the condition of ocelot conservation program in Arizona. Wildlife biologist Sergio Ávila of Sky Island Alliance states their eagerness to protect these endangered animals and notes the sightings of these felines through hidden cameras in the state. However, it denotes the political issues and debates on the said program. Moreover, the migration of these cats is also mentioned.


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