Northern Jaguar Project - A Year of Jaguars

6:30pm8:00pm Mountain Time

Free for REI Members

Free for non-members

Registration closed


  • Group size 50 people
  • Instructor Northern Jaguar Project

Big cats need even bigger spaces where they can roam free from harm. The stunningly remote and exceedingly rugged Northern Jaguar Reserve provides a core sanctuary for wild cats in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. When new jaguars appear on the reserve's motion-triggered cameras, the Northern Jaguar Project never knows if the cats are just passing through, or if these jaguars will make the reserve and surrounding protected areas home. Looking back on 2019, old jaguars like Zapatos, long-term residents like Libelula and Suki, and young jaguars like El Chetuviri have shown us they live here. These recent jaguar sightings, with stories of resilience and wanderings, are each remarkable. Join us at REI for an end-of-year review, by the Northern Jaguar Project, as they celebrate 2019's great accomplishments and conservations efforts of jaguars young and old!

    Activity location

    Tucson REI

    160 W Wetmore Road, Tucson, AZ 85705

    Map image of Tucson REI