/ Modified sep 23, 2019 1:33 p.m.

Northern Jaguar Reserve

A look at the endangered jaguar and a group of people in northern Mexico who are helping to save their habitat.

Jaguars are the largest cats in the Americas, roaming as far north as southern Arizona. They are also an endangered species. Filmmakers Ryan and Rita Leal Olinger went to the western Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico to document work that is being done to help save them and their habitat. These scenes are from their documentary - 'Where Jaguars Roam.'

Producers/Directors: Ryan Olinger, Rita Leal Olinger

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