It’s International Jaguar Day – and there’s no better way to celebrate than by learning more about our female jaguar Masaya! You can spot Masaya in our Rainforest Revealed loop.
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our jaguar Mulac. At nearly 21 years old, he had far surpassed the median life expectancy for his species in both human care and in their natural range.
Our keepers and veterinarians address the challenges of caring for an aging jaguar.
April 10 is World Jaguar Day, and we’re celebrating by taking a look at what we can do to make sure these big cats stick around.
Big changes are underway for the jaguars!
If you know Em, you won’t be surprised to learn that a good portion of her body is devoted to the creatures she’s known and loved.
Your vote will support a conservation project of your choice focused on wild jaguars, snow leopards or giraffe.
Training is a cornerstone of any animal wellness program.