WHO WE ARE
World Jaguar Day is an opportunity to celebrate the jaguar and the many voices that are committed to its conservation. The goal is to provide information and resources for educators and the general international public, and inspire community outreach, participatory events, and learning about the western hemisphere's largest cat. It will also highlight the current and emerging threats they face, including an increase in illegal trafficking of their parts to Asia.
Each year on April 10, World Jaguar Day will highlight more of those conservation professionals and educators dedicated to protecting this unique carnivore and educating others about their importance to tropical ecosystems.