Jaguar Falls in Panama provides land that produces clear water every day of the year. There are trees growing and we intent to keep this valley safe in the future (for the animals). Friends and allies who work with us help us to make this dream come true so that this forest is also a resource for neighbors, for Panama, for the world, and the jaguar! Watch the film about Jaguar Falls in Panama and Jaguar Preservation.

Doctoral Thesis on Jaguar Preservation in Panama:

Part of our defense of the land around Jaguar Falls in Panama is Science. Dr Kimberly Craighead wrote in the Doctoral Thesis on Jaguar Preservation in Panama (pdf 01) and how climate change will force the Guna people to leave their Caribbean island and move into the forests of Panama where the jaguars live (pdf 02). American scientists are trying to understand the impact on the ecosystem and find solutions for the jaguar. Download both pdfs below. The information in the pdf might help you preserve wildcats in your local area. An article by Kimberly A. CraigheadandMilton Yacelga has been published in Cambridge in regard to that. PDFs:

Dr Kimberly Craighead published doctoral thesis, based on 70 camera stations, one of them on Jaguar Falls.

Published article on climate change and indigenous people, one of the first many off-spin papers to be published.

Waterfall at Jaguar Falls

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Anything is possible when we collaborate on the shared vision of preserving large swaths of nature and restoring eco-habitats.

Jaguar Falls in Panama supports the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration 2021-2030

“A world where – for the health and wellbeing of all life on earth and that of future generations – we have restored the relationship between humans and nature, by increasing the area of healthy ecosystems, and by putting a stop to their loss and degradation.” – Vision and theory of change for the U.N. Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021–2030)

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