WWF, together with Fundación Vida Silvestre and other organizations, have carried out conservation work in areas where the jaguar lives. Jaguar 2030 Strategy identifies a series of interventions required to conserve the jaguar on a large scale. The Strategic Plan includes the jaguar as a priority conservation species.

Within this framework, the project “Saving the Jaguar, an ambassador for the Americas” is developed, which will be carried out in two highly threatened strategic landscapes within the distribution range of the jaguar:

• Maya Forest, which covers the territory of Mexico, Belize and Guatemala and
• Atlantic Forest, which includes Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

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