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 12-05

Ten new mapping  reports will take most of Arizona and New Mexico they have taken all sightings and put a 50 mile area around each SIGHTING.....

That includes even sightings that are just reports.....no confirmed picture....

and of course they want these SIGHTINGS TO BE A CLASS 1 SIGHTING...

We are just about done...we don't have many options unless we get everyone in the STATE TO COMPLAIN

 

The other great idea they are doing is pinpointing water and they say in 10 miles there is enough surface water to support a jaguar...dirt tank or creek water...this has entitled to let them map...all the Salt River...The Grand Canyon....all the way up to pass Santa Fe...

 

The reports are so bogus it is hard to believe there are scientists who are supporting them.

 

It is the WILDLANDS PROJECT AT ITS FINEST...

We need your help to complain...and believe me we have no game .....they will be eating cats, dogs, horses, cattle and people.

The cattle and people are last because no one appears to care about them at all.

 

But there are not enough DEER OR OTHER WILDLIFE to support this reintroduction and recovery.

 

See once the CBD and the Defenders sued us last year...the judge said we have to establish critical habitat by July of 2006

Case 1:03 cv 01558-RCL

CBD and DEFENDERS

VS

GAIL NORTON SEC. OF THE INTERIOR

AND STEVEN WILLIAMS DIRECTOR USFWS

SEPT. 22,2004

 

The reintroduction and recovery will be a failure and then the ranchers will be blamed and have to remove their cattle off public lands....this includes, Cochise, Santa Cruz, Greenlee, Graham, Pima, Pinal, Coconino...Yavapai.....maybe the lower end of Apache and Navajo, Then the counties in which Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Gallop, Farmington, Carlsbad, Artesia, Roswell, Alamogordo, Las Cruses, Deming, Hachita,  and Silver City

 

The New Mexico and Az. mapping reports are available on line

At http://www.azgfd.gov/w_c/es/jaguar_management.shtml

 

Thanks

Sue

New Mexico Federal Lands Council

NMFLC