Alan Rabinowitz

biologist, conservationist

Alan Rabinowitz is a world renowned big cat conservationist who created the world's first jaguar reserve in Belize after being the first scientist to place radio collars on jaguars to monitor their movements and document the jaguars territorial needs.

Rabinowitz's pioneering work was highlighted in the National Geographic film In search of the Jaguar. His dream is to create a "Jaguar Corridor" which connects pieces of jaguar habitat from lower Mexico, through Central America, and through South America all the way to Argentina to ensure the vitality of jaguars as a species forever.

Alan Rabinowitz is a world renowned big cat conservationist who created the world's first jaguar reserve in Belize after being the first scientist to place radio collars on jaguars to monitor their movements and document the jaguars territorial needs.

Rabinowitz's pioneering work was highlighted in the National Geographic film In search of the Jaguar. His dream is to create a "Jaguar Corridor" which connects pieces of jaguar habitat from lower Mexico, through Central America, and through South America all the way to Argentina to ensure the vitality of jaguars as a species forever.

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Into Myanmar: A Tiger's Eyeview