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Jaguars need your help now

With an estimated 30 to 50 jaguars left in the Chocó rainforest, every pound you give is crucial.

A staggering 90% of this habitat has already been lost and new roads are giving loggers and miners access to the jaguar’s final few strongholds. We need your help now to stop this.

Your gift today will help these beautiful cats to live and breed safely, keeping them away from those who would rather shoot them for their skins.

HOW FFI IS HELPING TO SAVE THE JAGUAR

Through our work to protect important forest habitat in countries such as Belize and Ecuador, FFI is helping to preserve the remaining jaguar population.

Habitat protection

By ensuring the protection of vital forest habitat through regular patrols and monitoring, we can help to reduce illegal logging activity. Having a protected area in which these big cats can feed and reproduce is critically important in maintaining jaguar populations. Your donation of £25 could help pay for GPS equipment, a vital tool for rangers.

Regular patrols

Regular patrols help to reduce illegal hunting of the jaguars and the destruction of the forest, because the presence of rangers acts as a strong deterrent. Your donation of £50 could help pay for a biodiversity survey for a day, meaning we can keep protecting the area.

Population monitoring

Jaguars are apex predators, and their abundance reflects the overall health of the forest. The more ecologically intact the forest, the greater the number of jaguars it can support. Your gift of £250 could help to pay for a camera trap, so we can monitor vulnerable species, and identify where they are most at risk.

“We estimate that in the Chocó rainforest there are only 30 to 50 jaguars, and 95% of the population has been destroyed… if conservation actions are not taken in the short term the species will become extinct.” Victor Tacuri, local ranger

Reasons to donate

Your gift of £25
could help pay for GPS equipment for rangers in the Awacachi corridor to record the precise location of animals including the jaguar.
Your gift of £50
could help fund a biodiversity survey for a day, so we know where animals including the jaguar are living and what protection they need.
Your gift of £250
could help to pay for a camera trap, so we can monitor vulnerable species and make sure they stay safe and thrive.